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Cannon Trail Recognized

The Michigan Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers recognized the Cannon Township Trail with its 2008 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Honorable Mention Award. The 19,000-foot-long scenic trail connects Cannon Township Hall and Townsend Park. The Prein&Newhof team routed the trail through meadows, woodlands, pine forests, and wetlands.

November 17, 2008

The Michigan Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers recognized the Cannon Township Trail with its 2008 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Honorable Mention Award.

The 19,000-foot-long scenic trail connects Cannon Township Hall and Townsend Park.

The Prein&Newhof team routed the trail through meadows, woodlands, pine forests, and wetlands. The trail also includes wooden boardwalks over wetlands and low-lying areas, a viewing area, and a bridge over Armstrong Creek.

Celebrating nearly 40 years of operation, Prein&Newhof is a full-service engineering firm offering a wide range of engineering, environmental consulting, surveying, GIS, and laboratory services to municipal and private clients across West Michigan. The firm has offices in Grand Rapids, Holland, Byron Center, Muskegon, and Kalamazoo, MI, as well as an environmental laboratory adjacent to its headquarters in Grand Rapids.

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