Public Spaces: ZEDLER MILL MASTER PLAN, LULING, TEXAS
ZEDLER MILL MASTER PLAN, LULING, TEXAS
The 9 acre Zedler Mill complex sits along the San Marcos River, just south of Luling, Texas. The project consisted of the design of a master plan for a recreational park on the historic site. With many historic firsts to its credit, the mill was a small enterprise started in 1874 as a water wheel operated grist mill. Existing buildings were restored for various uses. Unique complex features include a multi-use pavilion, and 275 seat riverside amphitheatre and stage. Provisions of the master plan also included identifying flood plan issues, storm drainage, site utility requirements, specifications for paving to include entrance, driveway(s), parking, existing bridge and possible additional bridge, sidewalks, handicap access, curbs, and gutters.
Services: CIVIL ENGINEERING
SF/Floors: 9 ACRES