October 14th, 2021
A highway remnant becomes a physical and temporal marker.
The Capitol Hill neighborhood will soon be home to the new AIDS Memorial Pathway (AMP).
To build momentum and excitement for the master plan process, the City of Olympia and Berger collaborated on a series of fun curated signs to post throughout the park.
GWWTS is the third Envision-recognized project in Washington State and the first to receive the Platinum Award.
The park features a Great Lawn, loop paths, sun slopes, informal play meadows and hills, an awesome playground, picnic shelters, barbecues, ponds, and a viewpoint overlooking the in-progress East Link Light Rail line.
We were thrilled to present the emerging Riverfront Park reimagining to AIA Spokane as part of their "AIA Spokane Goes Big" themed architecture month.
A river runs through it! Riverfront Park that is… Our work to reconnect park users to the river continues to take shape.
We’re happy to report a successful BAR (Big A$$ Rocks) siting at Riverfront Park this week. The jumbo-sized weathered granite rocks, some with mica and quartz, weigh about 30,000 lbs. each.
Work is progressing on the Sammamish River Trestle where a former railroad bridge is being transformed into a pedestrian trail.