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Gore Pedestrianization Initiative; Veterans’ Place

Gore Pedestrianization Initiative; Veterans’ Place

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In 2008 the City of Hamilton initiated the “Gore Pedestrianization Initiative”. The goal of the Initiative was to “successfully address the current functional requirements of the Gore Area and to help The Gore take this next step in its continuing evolution, by finding a physical form that captures, reflects and celebrates the inherent essence of the space, and ‘puts people first’.” This forward think-ing endeavour included the repurposing of the south leg of King Street into a Pedestrian Promenade which visually and physically ties together all three blocks of the Gore Area. Through a rigorous community engagement and internal consensus building pro-cess, a single vision for the Gore Area evolved that balanced the community’s and city’s objectives for a high quality, meaningful and Hamilton-specific public realm.
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Construction Team Members

Owner

The City of Hamilton, Landscape Architectural Services

Architect of Record

The MBTW Group

Engineer of Record

AECOM

General Contractor

UCC Group Inc.

Material Suppliers

Essroc Ready Mix, Italcementi Group

Additional Participants

Carpenters Local 18 & Local 27

Additional Participants

City of Hamilton – Public Works

Additional Participants

Grace Canada

Additional Participants

LIUNA Local 837

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