Creating Beautiful Integrations Into the Environment

The flow of environments and how people move through space, from vehicles to structures, are critical to consider when designing access to your building. Many times a building’s site—including the parking lot and landscaping—is the first thing people will interact with when visiting.

It takes a certain amount of finesse to integrate a building into its topography; grading optimization, stormwater management, ADA compliance—it all matters. Our team is well versed in site civil practices, such as finding the tolerances needed to provide a zero-step threshold from a sidewalk to a door. They consider grades and calculate drainages as merely an inch of vertical difference can have disastrous consequences.

We work hand-in-hand with municipalities, owners, architects, and other disciplines to deliver environments that are sustainable, resilient, beautiful, and most importantly, work for those who will use your building.


  • Conceptual site planning, due diligence, and feasibility studies

  • Construction administration

  • Grading, drainage, and stormwater management

  • Site layout design including interior site roadways, parking lot layouts, pedestrian pathways, and ADA accessibility

  • Utility design and coordination for site and building utility services

  • Zoning analysis, permitting, and land entitlements

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