Stevens Creek Corridor Project Receives Multiple Awards
The restoration of the Stevens Creek Corridor has been a huge success since it’s initial planning in 2006 with the development of the Stevens Creek Corridor Master Plan. The project has recently been recognized four times with awards in various environmental categories. The project included 60 acres of upland oak woodland habitat restored along newly shaped Stevens Creek between McClellan Rd to Stevens Creek Blvd in Cupertino. The work was done in two phases, both of which ECI had the pleasure to preform the habitat establishment portion. The entire project was a tremendous effort by several state and local agencies all working together with the assistance of dozens of contractors. Phase 2, completed in 2014, has been under restoration maintenance by ECI with a focus on ensuring plant establishment and control of invasive weed species.
Stevens Creek Corridor Project Awards:
- Santa Clara Valley Runoff Pollution Prevention Program Site Design Award
- American Public Works Association Silicon Valley Chapter Project of the Year in Environment / Parks Category
- American Public Works Association National SC/RC Public Works Project of the Year in the Environmental Category
- California Parks & Recreation Society District 4 Award of Excellence for Design
Stevens Creek Restoration Phase 2