Tarrant County College, Downtown Campus is situated on the east bank of the Trinity River, Downtown Ft. Worth. The campus was built in 2009 to serve the downtown area. Located in the center of the campus is a long linear water feature that runs north/south through the campus. The head waters of this feature starts at street elevation on Belknap Street. There is a 60’ wide cascading step effect called the Grand Steps that drops approximately 20’ to a wide streambed that then flows through the middle of the campus below street level. The feature engages all those that walk from class to class and for those that want to escape the sounds of the City. At the end of the streambed is a 20’ waterfall drop to the 3rd level at the banks of the Trinity. All pumps, controls and treatment systems are located in a large mechanical room within one of the buildings that make up the campus.