What does "Construction phasing" refer to when building a park?

Often times an approved Park Master Plan scope exceeds the ability of a single funded construction project. In these cases, a park project is designed in stages due to funding. "Phased" projects often use the initial phase to prioritize necessary infrastructure for future phases as well as some amenities found on an approved Park Master Plan. It is not uncommon for large Regional Parks to have 3 or more significant construction phases.

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1. What are the objectives of park projects in Frederick County?
2. How is funding allocated and approved for park projects?
3. How can residents get involved or provide input on park projects?
4. What are some of the recent or upcoming park projects in the county?
5. How are changes in project scope or delays communicated to the public?
6. How does the county ensure that park projects align with community needs and environmental considerations?
7. What are the typical phases of a park project from conception to completion?
8. How does the county prioritize different park projects?
9. Are there opportunities for volunteers or community groups to contribute to park projects?
10. What measures are in place to ensure the sustainability and maintenance of parks post-completion?
11. How does the county address safety and accessibility in park projects?
12. Where can residents find more information or updates on specific park projects?
13. Does a Master Plan of a Park and Design always match?
14. What does "Construction phasing" refer to when building a park?