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Columbus, Chattahoochee Riverwalk
The Columbus Riverwalk idea was conceived in the late eighties by Columbus City planners, members of the Chamber of Commerce, Riverfront Committee, and the Columbus Water Works. The original concept plans were done by Hecht, Burdeshaw and Johnson, a local architecture company. The award winning engineering design was performed by Jordan, Jones & Goulding, an Atlanta and Columbus based Civil and Environmental Engineering consultant firm. Construction started in the fall of 1989 and the first phase, from the River Club to the Trade Center, was completed and dedicated on Columbus Day 1992. The next phase of the Riverwalk was built from the Trade Center to the Fort Benning Infantry Museum approximately 10.88 miles long. Of this length, 2.84 miles form Oxbow Meadows to the National Infantry Museum was built with the money won by Fort Benning for being designated as the best military installation in the world.
*quoted from the official CCVB site
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