A world-class urban bike and pedestrian path connecting neighborhoods, cultural districts and entertainment amenities, serving as the downtown hub for the entire greenway trail system.
A downtown park providing year-round activities, performances, and events for residents and visitors – a “keystone” for the downtown revitalization of Rapid City.
A vision for the ‘best public space in the world’ that reflects the city’s deep and rich history as well as its future, this park is active day and night, and is an important destination for visitors and citizens alike.”
Transformation of an abandoned industrial site into a park as part of a mixed-use urban development that renews Mishawaka’s relationship to the St. Joseph River.
A central gathering space integrating the construction of a multipurpose civic park with the adaptive reuse of historic structures in celebration of the community’s heritage and its future.
A destination regional park with a dynamic mix of active and passive uses to serve the recreational needs of a rapidly growing community.
The ‘Voices of the Gorge’ master plan transforms an under-developed asset into a national tourist destination celebrating the origins of recorded music and world renowned geologic features.
Transformation of an uninviting city arterial street into a pedestrian-friendly boulevard which forms the spine of the campus transportation system.
Reminiscent of the green hills of Tennessee, this significant greenspace in the heart of the city provides opportunities for public gathering and community events.
A master plan that orchestrates preserving the natural features, connecting people to the environment, and providing recreation opportunities into a cohesive design within an outstanding landscape.
Twelve sculptural gardens celebrating the lives of individuals who made peaceful contributions to humanity, arranged to form a linear park and destination public open space.
Collaborative vision for a new 204-acre city park that addresses the projected 50-year needs of the community. “Finch Creek” helps shape zones for a wide variety of active and passive recreation opportunities.
An environmentally sensitive, central gathering space in downtown Muncie providing opportunities for a variety of outdoor, live performances and downtown events.
A master plan for a 5,000-acre state park that includes approximately two miles of Ohio River frontage with bluffs that rise 200 feet above the river.
A seven-acre garden complex featuring several miles of trails, a variety of specialty garden areas, and numerous custom artworks to impart a constant sense of discovery at every turn.
The five year master plan provides direction for accessibility, recreation amenities, maintenance guidance and capital improvement project priorities.
The restoration of a historic estate garden that accommodates public and educational uses while restoring the beauty of this significant community landmark.
A master plan that connects people to native ecosystems and the abundant local wildlife, celebrating and enhancing Zionsville’s philosophy of a ‘town within a park.’
“Austin Park” is a one-of-a-kind urban neighborhood park serving several user groups, while allowing skateboarders a truly innovative and unique skateboarding experience.
Two museums within Prophetstown State Park provide a glimpse into the contrasting landscapes, traditions and lifestyles of the Woodland Native Americans and the 1920′s farmers.
A vision for the historic renovation of the last remaining open space from the Olmsted Brothers’ 1930s plan, adapting it to the modern campus and protecting it from encroachment by development.
A master plan that creates the framework for a series of diverse experiences and opportunities for discovery.
An urban park and terrace overlooking the Wabash River featuring a refurbished iron signal bridge, streetside marketplace, stone overlook, sitting areas, lighting, landscaping, and other site amenities.
A centrally located community park that combines multi-use trails, athletic fields, passive open space and reforested natural habitat, and a large greensward for community events of all types.
Providing year-round interest and beauty to more than five miles of city streetscapes and eleven roundabouts
Forging a collective vision for a public amenity that reconnects citizens to the riverfront and provides a unique way to experience their community.
Streetscape and pedestrian enhancements integrated with a major urban interstate interchange to create a new downtown gateway and provide neighborhood connectivity.
A customized package of streetscape amenities that defines the identity of the district and enlivens the pedestrian spaces.
A strategic plan developed with significant citizen participation to position this small riverfront town to secure and integrate a gaming development into their community.
Streetscape enhancements developed after significant community input intended to enhance the corridor and spur economic development.
A bicyclist and pedestrian gateway into the small historic town and an oasis for people, native plant communities and wildlife.
Creating an opportunity from a liability, an existing city park was expanded with an interpretive wetland as mitigation for nearby roadway improvements.
A series of distinct parks and open spaces designed to provide a wide variety of recreational opportunities within a New Urbanist community.
Transforming a blighted 1970s mall into an open, vital, inviting streetscape while balancing pedestrian and vehicular needs on Detroit’s “Main Street.”