New Orleans City Park
Established in 1854 and influenced by Frederick Law Olmsted’s park designs, City Park in New Orleans sits on 1,300 acres of land making it approximately 50% larger than Central Park in Manhattan. In the 1930’s, FDR’s New Deal implemented the WPA which brought money and art to the park. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, 95% of the park was inundated with flood water for weeks, causing millions of dollars in damage. Since 2006, MMI has provided services for not only restoring the park to its original state, but upgrading and adding to the facilities to make it one of the premier urban parks in the nation.
new orleans City Park Projects
Pan American Stadium Renovations
Amusement Park Renovations
Storyland Birthday House and Restrooms
Marconi Fishing Pier