In a cover letter, the firm wrote that it specializes in planning and design for athletics and recreation projects, a skill that is rooted in a passion for sports and the ability to create designs that foster community bonds.
The Wahconah Park Restoration Committee was told last week that the Massachusetts Historic Commission said "razing and rebuilding" park is not out of question. The park is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The panel, which was created by the City Council last month, contains nine members who will assess the current condition of the park, solicit public input, recommend the specifics of the repairs, and make recommendations to the city on the hiring of project agents.
Parks, Open Space, and Natural Resource Program Manager James McGrath said the city has begun modeling out a funding strategy for a reconstruction and renovation project that is presumed to cost more than $1 million.