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The Academic Quad at Bloomsburg University decreased impervious coverage on that site by about 20%.


items of note


Alvernia magazineOur work with Alvernia University was prominently featured in their Winter/Spring 2013 issue of Alvernia Magazine. The article focused on transformations - past and future.

To see the complete article, click here.




Elizabethtown DamOur work on the Lake Placida Dam project was featrued in Elizabethtown: The Magazine of Elizabethtown College in the fall 2012 issue. This project was also featured on our blog. Click here and check out 31 august 2012 ~ beneath your feet for more details or here for the complete article.




How Does Your Urban Garden Grow?Boroughs magazine published our article on urban gardens in their June 2012 issue. The article discussed a variety of urban gardens including community gardens, roof gardens, and rain gardens.




AlverniaFrancisHallLandscape Architect and Specifier News featured Francis Hall at Alvernia University in their February 2012 issue. The article details the changes made at "old Main" and how these changes create a new entry sequence and gathering space on campus.




LASN Cover - BloomsburgLandscape Architect and Specifier News featured the Bloomsburg University Academic Quad in their June 2011 issue. The article highlights the transformation of the space from a parking lot to a welcoming gathering space.




Grove City Sustainability Audit article

Check out our article on downtown sustainability audits in PA Borough News, a publication of the Pennsylvania State Boroughs Association. This article, published in December of 2010, highlights our work in Grove City, Pennsylvania.




Long Term Living magazine - Freedom Village Award


We are proud to announce that our project at Freedom Village Retirement Community in West Brandywine, Pennsylvania was awarded the Best In Class in Long Term Living magazine's Remodel/Renovation contest.



CPTED logo

Steve Sproles, RLA, recently completed coursework with the ICA on the principle involved with CPTED - Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design.




Not all municipalities have the resources to begin a full-blown planning process. This article in PA Borough News (May 2010) outlines a new "re-visioning" process that can keep planning moving forward, even with limited budgets.



Urban Environmental Park article

The Urban Environmental Park at Birmingham-Southern College was featured in Landscape Architect and Specifier News (February 2010). The article makes note of the interplay between hardscape and landscape features and how both elements are wrapped in sustainable design practices.