Mackay Park

"Griffin Structures provided exceptional service to the City of Cypress on the Mackay Park Project, ensuring the City got exactly what we paid for and that the project was delivered on time and on budget."

Kamran Dadbeh, P.E., City Engineer, City of Cypress

Griffin Structures provided construction management services to the City of Cypress for the construction of a new 2.9 acre park. Mackay Park features two playground areas with structures, a large grassy play area, exercise equipment, a half-court basketball court, picnic and shade structures, a restroom building, perimeter walking paths and a parking lot. The park also includes a public art piece donated by the Friends of Cypress Cultural Arts.

The $2.5 million project is the City’s first new park in over 20 years. Construction included earthwork and grading; concrete, asphalt and masonry work; protective playground surfacing; as well as bio-swale/infiltration trenches, drip irrigation and drought-tolerant landscaping. Coordination with existing residents was necessary to provide fencing for security and pets during excavation and construction of a new block wall.

Mackay Park is named for Dan Mackay, a 28-year Cypress School District Board member. The park sits on a portion of the former Mackay Elementary School site.


Mackay Park