Dale Hodges Park is a transformative landscape along the Bow River in Calgary. The project was born of the need to restore the environmental health of the area while addressing stormwater treatment opportunities for runoff from over 1,700 hectares of adjacent urban area. Once a gravel quarry, the site is now a fully integrated 40-hectare park, stormwater treatment facility, and one of the largest public artworks in North America. The park concept follows the journey of stormwater through a series of curated experiences, collaboratively designed with The City's Parks, Water Resources and Public Art departments, emphasizing the flow of water through the landscape. As a new type of high-performance public space, the park achieves multiple infrastructure requirements through a beautiful open space, providing ecosystem services and enhancing the quality of everyday life. A team comprised of 02 Planning & Design (landscape architecture and park design), AECOM with Source 2 Source (stormwater engineering, environmental design, and hydraulics), and Sans façon for Watershed+ (public artists) worked collaboratively to transform the site. The multidisciplinary approach allowed each team to build upon the team's collective knowledge and creativity to achieve the outcomes demanded by The City for this incredibly valuable and strategic park.