Celebrating Parks & Recreation Month

Date: July 19, 2023

July is Parks & Recreation Month! This year’s theme — “Where Community Grows” — celebrates the vital role park and recreation professionals play in bringing people together, providing essential services, and fostering the growth of our communities. SCE is proud to be a part of projects that provide open space facilities for people of all ages to enjoy. Our focus on a community-based input approach, allows us to design cost-effective, user-friendly facilities that meet the needs and expectations of the communities served. You can check out some of our recent Park & Recreation Project Spotlight videos below – or get outside and experience the spaces for yourself!

Project Spotlights:

River Trail Extension

Client: City of Elizabeth, NJ

Jesse Allen Park

Client: City of Newark, NJ

Ridgewood Park Playground

Client: City of Newark, NJ

Elm Street Amphitheater

Client: City of Perth Amboy, NJ

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Additional News & Press

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