Site work has begun for Shiplock Views near Libby Hill! HG provided civil engineering and landscape architecture for the design of the parking lot, a unique project within an easement designed to maintain views from Libby Hill Park. Read the full article at Richmond BizSense by clicking the image below.
We are proud to share that the Davenport Field expansion project at University of Virginia has been awarded LEED Silver certification! Our civil engineers and landscape architects worked together, along with DLR Group and the University, to reach this achievement. Of particular note was achieving stormwater design-quantity control credits through the integration of low impact […]
HG is thrilled to be providing land planning and civil engineering services for the Swift Creek Station development in Chesterfield County. Click the image below to read about this exciting project at Richmond BizSense.
HG is proud to be providing civil engineering and landscape architecture services for the Dooley Center for Autism redevelopment. We’re excited to see construction begin! Click the image below to read the full article at Richmond BizSense.
We’re thrilled to be working with RRMM’s team on this project! HG is providing civil engineering and landscape architecture services for the new events center. Click the image below to read the article at Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Congratulations to Binford Middle School, which won a Dave Pearson Watershed Excellence Award at the VLWA conference this past weekend. HG Design Studio collaborated on this stormwater project with the school, the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, SG Designs, Matt Lively and Tim Harper. HG worked with the artists to design the beautiful sculpture that […]
We are excited to be on this project with Harper Associates, providing civil engineering and landscape architecture! Click the image below to read the article at Richmond BizSense.
In part two of our interview with Wayne Boy, former Director of Planning and Design at College of William and Mary, we spoke with him for tips on how to demystify the university building selection process for architecture and construction firms. To read Part 1, click here. HG: You were a selection committee member for literally […]