Working to sustain and enhance our commonwealth of public parks and park systems requires a balance of heritage, nature, use, maintenance and management achieved through applying landscape architecture, planning and management skills and experience.
Historic park and parkway planning and implementation undertakings range from contributing to the National Mall soil and turf restoration team, Washington DC, to designing and overseeing construction of the Welcome Garden and fountain at Highland Park, Pittsburgh PA, and enhancing habitat while restoring Olmsted landscape character at Jackson Park, Chicago, IL. Heritage Landscapes efforts ensure that functional needs are met and cultural, ecological, social, and recreational values are incorporated. Working with our clients, stakeholders, community leaders and the involved public, we envision a positive, sustainable and satisfying future for historic public parks.
Pike County, Pennsylvania
Borough of Little Silver, New Jersey
Madison Lewis Woodlands
Village of Warwick, New York
Swinney, Lakeside & Memorial Parks
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Mount Vernon Place
Pittsburgh Regional Historic Parks
Baltimore Park Entries
Eldridge R. Johnson Park
Camden, New Jersey