Sketches Of I-35W Bridge Collapse Remembrance Garden

(credit: City of Minneapolis)
Rendering Of I-35W Bridge Collapse Remembrance Garden
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board provided the park land for the Remembrance Garden
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
Rendering Of I-35W Bridge Collapse Remembrance Garden
The I-35W Bridge Collapse Remembrance Garden will feature a plaza of 13 beams, each with a name of one of the 13 people lost etched in the beam's opaque glass face.
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
Rendering Of I-35W Bridge Collapse Remembrance Garden
A path will lead from the fountain to the edge of the Mississippi River bluff.
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
Rendering Of I-35W Bridge Collapse Remembrance Garden
Construction of the $900,000 Remembrance Garden is being paid for through a fund set up as part of a negotiated settlement between the survivors and families of bridge collapse victims and URS Corporation.
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
Rendering Of I-35W Bridge Collapse Remembrance Garden
The I-35W Bridge Collapse Remembrance Garden will be completed later this summer and officially dedicated on Aug. 1, the fourth anniversary of the bridge collapse.
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
Rendering Of I-35W Bridge Collapse Remembrance Garden
There will also be a water wall featuring the names of everyone who was on the bridge when it collapsed.
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
Rendering Of I-35W Bridge Collapse Remembrance Garden
Oslund and Associates of Minneapolis designed of the memorial, which will glow at night.
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
Rendering Of I-35W Bridge Collapse Remembrance Garden
The Remembrance Garden is being built on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River, right across West River Parkway from Gold Medal Park in downtown Minneapolis.
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
Rendering Of I-35W Bridge Collapse Remembrance Garden
The site is on city park land and the memorial will be maintained by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board.
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
Rendering Of I-35W Bridge Collapse Remembrance Garden
An observation deck will let visitors view the river and the new I-35W Bridge through the trees.
(credit: City of Minneapolis)
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