Pearl Harbor Memorial Park

Opens in New Haven


November 7, 2018

NEW HAVEN, CT – As part of the CTDOT I-95 New Haven Harbor Crossing Corridor Improvement Program, RED Tech constructed a memorial park area on the corner of East Street and Water Street, sitting on the south side of the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge (better known as the Q-Bridge).


The newly erected park serves as a place to commemorate those who served during the attack on Pearl Harbor 77 years ago on December 7, 1941. The park itself was designed to replicate the “Q” Program logo and features stone bench seats, each representing one of the 18 Connecticut men who lost their lives in the Pearl Harbor attack.


RED Tech employees were present at the Pearl Harbor Memorial Park Dedication Ceremony on December 6, 2018. Government officials were in attendance to dedicate the park and honor one of Connecticut’s last Pearl Harbor survivors, Mr. Floyd Welch. RED Tech is honored to have contributed to this meaningful project.