See The Trinity Model
Celebrate Our River!
On September 10, The Trinity Trust
Foundation proudly reveals The Trinity
Model, courtesy of ALON USA, to our
community. Be the first to see this 20-foot
model of the Trinity River Corridor Project,
and imagine the future of our river!
See the large model that accurately
depicts major components inside and
outside the levees including replicas of the
Calatrava signature bridges:
Hunt Hill Bridge and Margaret McDermott
Bridge; the Trinity Lakes; gateway parks
such as Moore Park Gateway. View
residences and businesses along and
around the Trinity River, and set your
sights on the changes coming along
Join us on Wednesday, September 10,
2008 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. to see this
one-of-a-kind model at The Trinity
Center, 1444 Oaklawn, Suite 200,
Dallas, TX 75207. For more information,
visit www.thetrinitytrust.org or call
214.740.1616. Read more >
The Trinity Trust Foundation
“Ten years from now, people will come down to the river to see the lakes, islands, the
pedestrian walkways, and all the compelling landmarks along the Trinity,” stated Dr.
Gail Thomas, Ph.D, president and CEO of The Trinity Trust Foundation.
The Trinity Trust Foundation proudly partners with the City of Dallas to help achieve
excellence and economies of scale on behalf of the Trinity River Corridor Project, one
of the largest urban developments in the country. The Trinity Trust works with the
many related Trinity organizations and interested parties and serves as the communications
liaison between city, state and federal agencies.
Founded in 2004, The Trinity Trust has made significant contributions to the momentum
and awareness of The Trinity project by securing funding for design fees and the
naming of the two Santiago Calatrava signature bridges -- the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge
(Woodall Rodgers) and Margaret McDermott Bridge (I-30); the Pavilion at Moore Park;
the Central Island trail; as well as establishing The Trinity Center, the gathering place
for many civic and non-profit groups working to revitalize the Trinity River. ReRead more >