The Hackensack Meadowlands ProjectSerial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 1977, Vol. 47, Issue 5, Pg. 52-55
Document Type: Feature article
Abstract: The Hackensack Meadowlands Project, which includes a stadium and a racetrack, has reclaimed from the ravages of man and nature a portion of an undevelopable marshland that is larger than Manhattan; improved its own environment and its neighbors'; created a major recreational complex to be enjoyed by millions in the years to come; and inspired a boom in planned private construction that will preserve the delicate balance of nature. This huge project is one of this year's nominees for the Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award.
Subject Headings: Land reclamation | New Jersey | Recreational buildings | Stadiums | Swamps |
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