9/11 Memorial Park

Bid Number
3490
Owner
City of Rancho Cucamonga
Bids Due
05/19/2022 @ 2PM
Estimator
David Silva
Project Type
New Construction
Square Footage
See Scope
Project Status
Bidding
Project Valuation
$2M
Prevailing Wage
Yes
Location
Rancho Cucamonga, CA (San Bernardino County)
Public/Private
Public

Scope of Work

RCFPD proposes to construct a new Memorial Park to commemorate September 11th, as well as fallen service members from the Rancho Cucamonga area. The memorial park is centered around three artifacts from September 11: Steel from the World Trade Center Building, pieces of the plane from Flight 93, and a piece of the Pentagon. The artifacts have been arranged with the same spatial relationship that the three September 11 sites have to one another:

Lower Manhattan NY(WTC location), Storystown Pennsylvania (crash site of flight 93), and Arlington Virginia/Washington DC (pentagon location).  The overall scale between the physical sites has been reduced to

1/4000 for the Memorial Park. The September 11 artifacts have been linked together with a canopied walking path, and a central canopied gathering space occupying the space in between. Along the paths, in the space between the artifacts, are two Corten (laser cut) and granite block monuments. these monuments are to commemorate fallen service members from the Rancho Cucamonga area, who lost their lives in the wars in Afghanistan and the Iraq war respectively. Placed in the remaining space along the path that links the September 11 artifacts, is a planter with three flagpoles; a shaped granite pedestal with an eternal flame; and a laser cut Corten plaque. The purpose of the flagpoles, eternal flame, and plaque is to look to forward to the possibilities that the future affords.

The September 11 memorial park includes seating (granite/wood/steel benches) that flank both memorials to fallen service members, a large central gathering space for events, a picnicking area as well as an area for sensory/herb garden plantings and arboretum/gathering space education/group teaching spaces, there is also as a labyrinth/meditation garden.

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