Campbell Grading, Inc., was retained by prime contractor Yerba Buena Engineering & Construction, Inc., to repave the Crissy Field Promenade using Park Tread® surfacing.
The paving was the central focus of this project for the National Park Service, which also included adding trail accessibility features, revising the trail alignment, and improving drainage and irrigation.
The Crissy Field Promenade is located in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area at the historic Presidio of San Francisco. It runs east from just east of the Golden Gate Bridge, paralleling the San Francisco Bay. The project area paved with Park Tread® surfacing was 1.5 miles long and 20 feet wide.
The promenade is heavily used by commercial maintenance traffic and more than 1.2 million pedestrians and bicyclists annually. The Park Service selected Park Tread® surfacing as a preferred replacement for the decomposed granite that had been laid down in 2001 and that was showing wear and weather damage.