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Tag: Landscape Architecture

Cambridge’s Carl Barron Plaza Eyed for a Remake

Sweeping changes are proposed for Carl Barron Plaza at the heart of Central Square, including new bus stops, bike…

Expanding Our Whole Asset Approach to Resilient Design

Engineered and Landscaped Systems: Working Together to Protect and Enhance Our Communities As coastal and inland communities plan for…

Herter Park

DCR Kicks Off Herter Park Master Plan with Listening Session

DCR hosted a public meeting to discuss the Christian A. Herter Park master plan being developed by landscape architects…

Tuscan Market

Tuscan Village Celebrates Phase 2 Opening

Despite the rainy, chilly weather, an enthusiastic crowd gathered at Tuscan Village over Memorial Day weekend to celebrate the…

Take a tour of the sprawling Tuscan Village campus in New Hampshire

This Memorial Day weekend, the design and development team celebrated the grand opening of Phase 2 at Tuscan Village…

Boston Parks & Recreation Department Kicks off Titus Sparrow Park Renovation

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department hosted a public meeting to kick off the planned renovation of Titus Sparrow…

Taking the First Step toward a Revitalized Lynn Waterfront

Construction is ongoing for Breakwater, a new walkable, transit-oriented neighborhood that will feature a welcoming new resilient waterfront park…

Rob Adams to speak at Northeast Summit for a Sustainable Built Environment

On March 26th, Rob Adams of Halvorson | Tighe & Bond Studio will join Nick Iselin, General Manager of…

Bob Uhlig discusses “Innovation through Green Infrastructure”

Bob Uhlig, Vice President of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design at Halvorson | Tighe & Bond Studio, joined David…

San Souci Drive named one of America’s Best New Bikeways of 2020

Recognized as a “great example of how Providence is using green infrastructure to separate space between people on bikes and others driving cars.”