Andrew Brown Parks
In the fall of 2017, the City of Coppell finished extensive renovations to the beloved Andrew Brown Park system, costing the city over $21M. Included in the renovations are new baseball and softball fields, several covered pavilions for gatherings (some are waterside to a river and pond), a “Grand Pavilion” for extra large gatherings, such as festivals and weddings. The structures are situated in acres of green, open space and extensive natural areas.
Texas Bomanite was called to stamp the floors of the pavilions, walkways and driveways. 43,400 SF of Rock Salt Finished Concrete runs throughout the park on the walkways and under the pavilions in the San Diego Buff integral color. Highlighting the floors beneath the pavilions and walkways are 18,600 SF of Fractured Earth stamped concrete in the Adobe integral and 3,100 SF of Herringbone Used Brick stamped concrete in Red Clay.
Miller Sierra Contractors were the general contractors on this expansive project. For more information about Miller Sierra, visit their website. To find our more about the parks, visit the City of Coppell’s website.