On May 4th, Marshall Township Parks and Recreation had their ribbon cutting ceremony for the improvements on the Brush Creek Trail.
The 1.3 mile trail will provide residents of Cranberry Township, Marshall Township and business employees of the RIDC Industrial Park a safe place to walk. This project connects Cranberry Township (Butler County) with Marshall Township (Allegheny County). Heather Cuyler, Program Director for Marshall Township, said the improvements took five years to complete at a cost of approximately $400,000.
“Pannier was chosen to provide the educational signs along the trail due to the quality and professionalism which was evident through researching different sign options,” said Jerry. “I had worked with Pannier during the construction of a volunteer project at Seven Springs through the Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Society. This project was the creation of a rain garden at the resort in which they donated the informational sign. And it was a great addition to the project.”
Marshall Township worked with Pannier’s graphic artists to design three Fiberglass Embedded panels to be placed along the trail in Pannier exhibit bases. The three panels display a trail map and information about the various habitats along the trail.
“The designer, Kelly, and sales person, Robin, at Pannier are knowledgeable about layout and requirements of DCNR. They were very helpful in the selection of photos, backgrounds and appropriate wording. It was a pleasure working with them,” said Jerry.
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