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Clarke Caton Hintz
Trenton, New Jersey

Committed to solving complex landscape, planning and design problems with a multi-disciplinary approach, the focus at this 33-person firm for over forty years has been on the design of places, rather than just collections of site elements. The landscape architectural design work at Clarke Caton Hintz emphasizes the creation of livable places including open spaces for parks and recreational use, ranging in scale from small school playgrounds to large campus open spaces to athletic facilities. Their work has encompassed the design of community parks, memorials, athletic fields, recreation areas, waterfront parks, bikeways and campus plazas.



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Mercer County September 11 Memorial West Windsor, N.J.
The longitudinal axis of the Memorial is oriented north-to-south, a bearing of 180 degrees, and represents the first plane that slammed into the World Trade Center. Four aluminum benches, representing each of the four hijacked planes, sit at the northern end of the Memorial, facing a monumental, unfinished concrete wall. The wall is concave-as if it has been forced inward-yet is unbroken. This wall serves as a backdrop for a composition comprised of a 10-foot-long fragment of a massive steel beam from the World Trade Center and 13 steel cables that extend outward from the wall to grasp the beam. The cables represent the 13 municipalities of Mercer County.
Photo Credits: Phillip Adams and Clarke Caton Hintz




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Asbury Park Streetscape Asbury Park, NJ
As part of the implementation of the Asbury Park Waterfront Redevelopment Plan, Clarke Caton Hintz designed finishes and furnishings for the redeveloped waterfront district. This includes street trees, seating, street lighting, trash receptacles and other site amenities. The design includes a combination of pavement finishes to accent particular uses and areas, and complements existing historic buildings. The streetscape and public space design is setting the tone for over 100 acres of this oceanfront district.
Photo Credits: Jeffrey Totaro




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George A. Pruitt Hall Rooftop Garden and Entrance Plaza Trenton, N.J.
Thomas Edison State University's George A. Pruitt Hall is a gateway site to downtown Trenton and is a critical component of the University's Master Plan. The landscape architects at Clarke Caton Hintz were charged with the design of the roof of the parking deck as a garden roof that is used to minimize the flow of rainwater while providing a public outdoor space for students, faculty, and guests. The site provided an additional challenge at the main entry, which was solved using a grand stair entry and plaza flanked by large raised planting beds embracing the corner and street edge.
Photo Credits: A(C)Jeffrey Totaro Photography and Clarke Caton Hintz




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Hudson River Waterfront Walkway Trenton, N.J.
The Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor Redevelopment Plan called for an extension of the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway starting from Route 440 and continuing eastward on the south edge of the peninsula around Bayonne Point to a new public park. As the waterfront walkway proceeds around the peninsula, a system of open spaces and secondary pedestrian walks intersect the HRWW. At the northeast corner of the peninsula, the walkway expands to create Harbor View Park: a grand viewing spot of the Statue of Liberty and lower Manhattan. The first ? mile phase has been constructed of the overall 2.1-mile public walkway.
Photo Credits: Clarke Caton Hintz






As seen in LASN magazine, October 2018.



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