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    Here is a memorial park I have been working on for the last several weeks. Just turned in the proposal packet today. It is for a church & the pastor was blown away. He told me I was the only bidder. He will forward this to the benefactor who is paying for a good portion.(the rest from a federal grant) Get the contract signed early next week. (keep my fingers crossed) This is actually phase 1 of a two part project. If this goes all the way through. This will be the rest of my season.
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    That is awesome! Best of luck. My only question relates to accessibility. I see that the whole area is elevated, so how would one with a handicap access this memorial?

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    Yeah that was brought up at the meeting, I need to work on that. Does anyone have any ideas.
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    My only thought would be removing the stairs and pitching the paver walk...I do like the look of the stairs though

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    This is what I came up with for the handycap entrance. It works & it doesn't take away from the symmetry of the design. I think I am going to light it up with some integras.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeymaze View Post
    This is what I came up with for the handycap entrance. It works & it doesn't take away from the symmetry of the design. I think I am going to light it up with some integras.
    Nice design Joey. Would be a great show piece all around.
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    Very cool in more ways than one Joe. Good luck.
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