Archives of #Master Plan

Swift Creek Station

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.

CarMax Joining The Sauer Center

We’re excited to hear the news that CarMax will be moving into the Sauer Center! HG is providing master planning and landscape architecture for this mixed-use development, which will also include a new Whole Foods store, apartments, a GRTC Pulse station and more. Click the image below to read more at Richmond BizSense.

The Sauer Center

We’re proud that our own Rick Gorrell has been a key member of the design team on this project! Click the image below to read the story at Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Trip Down Memory Lane: Collegiate School

In the early 1990’s, Collegiate School retained HG Design Studio to study the previous master plan and to develop new ideas that accelerated their goals for improved, high-quality educational facilities. The improvement of Upper, Middle, and Lower School classrooms, the addition of a Performing Arts Center, and the improvement of sports facilities were among their […]

Trip Down Memory Lane: Port Warwick Mixed-Use Community

Port Warwick is an award-winning, mixed-use community in Newport News, Virginia. Starting in 2000, HG Design Studio created the master plan to transform this former brownfield site into a thriving mixed-use neighborhood featuring public art, retail shops, various types of housing, restaurants, offices and a 4-acre town square that is the site of events like […]

Trip Down Memory Lane: WestRock (formerly MeadWestvaco)

As one of only three buildings in the United States to receive the highest Green Globes rating of four globes from the Green Building Initiative, the WestRock (formerly MeadWestVaco) headquarters building at Foundry Park reflects the company’s commitment to sustainability. The project includes sustainable landscape strategies such as intensive and extensive vegetative roofs, drip irrigation, […]

Trip Down Memory Lane: Richmond Airport

We began work on Richmond International Airport back in 2004. HG Design Studio designed new irrigated landscape plantings and pedestrian routes that provide a continuous and cohesive connection from the RIC grounds surrounding the garage buildings to the main terminal.

Trip Down Memory Lane: UR Chapel Garden

This is the first of a series of posts taking us on a “Trip Down Memory Lane,” revisiting some the projects we’ve completed in the past. HG Design Studio completed designs for the University of Richmond to master plan the east side of Cannon Chapel. The space formerly served as an exterior access route from […]
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