Belvedere Castle in New York City’s Central Park reopened last week after a 15-month restoration by the Central Park Conservancy! The whimsical structure was fully restored, addressing drainage, waterproofing and climate control systems. For more than a century, the Belvedere Castle has provided visitors with some of the best views in the park, as it sits atop a rocky outcropping. McLaren engineered the utility improvements and helped make this building one of the two geothermal public facilities in NYC. The McLaren team is also providing civil engineering services for the design of an accessible route through the steep terrain to make this landmark accessible for all.