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Abstract

For a dozen years Reed Hilderbrand has worked to create a public park on the Hudson River at Beacon, New York. This park includes a new kayak pavilion, which was designed, built, and occupied in eighteen months. The pavilion opened in 2012. It is briskly used in the summer seasons and there is a waiting list to rent a berth on its racks. Meanwhile, the landscape continues to mature. With the final site remediation project complete, the last part of the park’s design will kick off construction this spring. After two decades of effort, Long Dock Park will fulfill its promise.

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