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Dave Gerstenmaier, PLA Senior Principal and Director of Design For over 30 years, Dave has accumulated an extensive and award-winning portfolio in landscape architectural design and land planning in Virginia. He started his own firm in 1991, and built a reputation for effective project delivery balancing cost, time, and quality design. In 2000, he took the helm of H&G Landscape Architects in Richmond and catapulted the firm into the preeminent landscape architectural and land planning firm in the region. Clients appreciate Dave’s passion and responsiveness resulting from the small-size firm mindset, but creative ingenuity usually characteristic of a metropolitan practice that has distinguished the firm’s work. Through Dave’s creative land planning, and design of the courtyards and grounds at Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center, the campus was designated “America’s Most Beautiful Hospital,” and in that same year, Dave was the recipient of The Ohio State University Knowlton School of Architecture Impact Award for Landscape Architecture. Dave currently oversees all of our land planning and design endeavors,and in the Richmond area, has been a part of designing campuses for institutions like Collegiate School, Richmond Montessori School, St. Catherine’s School, Sabot at Stony Point, Faison School for Autism, St. Joseph’s Villa. Other representative projects include the redesign and expansion of the Virginia Historical Society, the landscape master plan for the Capitol Square, and the Jewish Community Center master planning and landscape architecture. Whether your project is large or small, Dave and our staff have the experience to create functional, artistic design for your project.

Charlene Harper, PE, LEED AP Director of Engineering and Design Partner Charlene has more than 20 years of experience in the fields of water resources and site development specializing in low impact development and innovative stormwater treatment designs, stormwater concepts for federal projects, and compliance strategies for MS-4 and industrial stormwater permit programs. Her work focuses on the reduction of environmental impacts due to the built environment both during and post-construction, as well as identifying opportunities for water quality and flood control retrofits. Charlene is an expert in the design and installation oversight of innovative stormwater treatment techniques such as green roofs, cisterns, permeable pavements, submerged gravel wetlands, and bioretention cells in addition to traditional treatment practices such as filters and basins. She has managed significant contracts for both public and private sector clients, using a collaborative project approach and management style. In 2015, HG Design Studio expanded services to include civil enginenerring, with Charlene at the helm. Almost immediately, HG was awarded the coveted term contract with the University of Virginia in the same year. Our responsiveness, reasonable fees, and quality deliverables have quickly made us a highly valued consultant to the institutional community. For ciients who care about the appeal of their site, Charlene and Dave have developed an integrated approach to site design that has resonated with both private sector and public sector stakeholders. Charlene spearheaded projects at Westhampton Theater, Ridge Elementary School, Capital One in Goochland, Caritas Center Expansion, and the Indian Memorial at Capitol Square, to name a few.

University of Richmond, Queally Center for Admissions HG was involved with the coordination of siting the UR Admissions Center building, which proved to be a challenging exercise. This now beautiful corner lot was previously a dump site, sitting against a rocky hillside slope. HG designed the Front Entry Approach and Entry Plaza, lined with benches and ornamental trees, which guides you from UR Drive towards the main entry tower paved with bluestone. We also designed the West Courtyard, with the goal in mind that it will serve as an outdoor “room.� Significant design elements in this courtyard include the bluestone paved walkways, brick and low fountain seat walls, as well as elevated hornbeam hedges that are situated behind the fountain to provide a beautiful green backdrop.

LOCATION Richmond, VA CLIENT New Market Corporation ARCHITECT MSTSD CONSTRUCTION COST $30 M DATES Start: 2000 Completion: 2006 DISCIPLINES Landscape Architecture TEAM David Gerstenmaier, PLA

MeadWestVaco Headquarters (now West Rock) 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 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, native plants, and light colored paving. The design team was faced with the challenge of creating an entrance plaza on top of the underground parking structure. The solution was to reduce the amount of hardscape by introducing intensive and semi intensive vegetative roof gardens. These roof gardens continue onto the roof terrace where an extensive vegetative roof is the foreground for panoramic views of the James River. The building sits on a site that slopes more than thirty feet towards the river. The landscape architects worked closely with the architect to create parallel stairs inside and outside the building that lead from the lobby level to the cafeteria and dining terrace and then down to the fitness center at street level. The dining terrace is terraced into the hillside with stone walls that are partially constructed of stone that was salvaged from the site. The curved edges are in contrast to the straight lines of the building and are a reminder of the Kanawha canal which used to cross a portion of the site. The hillside is planted with a mix of native plants including Switchgrass, River Birch, Sycamores, Serviceberry and Dogwood.

LOCATION Harrisonburg, VA CLIENT James Madison University DATES Start: 2010 Completion: 2012 CONSTRUCTION COST $775,000 DISCIPLINES Site Design Landscape Architecture TEAM David Gerstenmaier, PLA

James Madison University, Chandler Courtyard Renovation Sustainability and stormwater management were the driving forces behind the Chandler Courtyard project. A busy 40-year-old crumbling concrete courtyard surrounded by three dormitories and an academic building was redesigned to reduce impervious area and add green space. The design ties together the adjacent buildings with a series of open green spaces and intimate seating configurations. The pre-development impervious surface area of the courtyard was decreased by a quarter of an acre and an overall storm-water management strategy was incorporated. Stormwater runoff headed for the lake was reduced in quantity and improved in quality through the use of bio-retention areas. The bio-filtration planters manage stormwater on-site and provide lush gardens in the middle of the courtyard. The courtyard was also designed to accommodate the circulation needs of the student dorm population. Beach volleyball and an outdoor dining terrace with a view of the lake are popular features within the space.

Corporate Campus Headquarters HG worked with the client to renovate the exteriors of two buildings and an adjacent parking deck. Our contributions to the design included the entry plaza with complex fountain design; pedestrian crosswalks connecting the buildings with the parking deck; a suspended bridge entry to one building; and an attractive, sustainable, native plant plan to tie the campus into the surrounding natural area. The design of this office building was recently awarded four Green Globes by the Green Building Initiative, a designation reserved for select building designs which serve as national or world leaders in energy and environmental performance and projects which introduce design practices that can be adopted and implemented by others.


St. Mary’s Guest House | Bon Secours Health System

CLIENT Bon Secours Health System

The Evelyn D. Reinhart Guest House was designed to be a home away from home for families of patients at St. Mary’s Hospital, serving as respite for up to 16 families.

ARCHITECT Odell Associates, Inc.

HG took this project from the creation of schematic concepts through construction administration, creating a construction document package of hardscape plans, including a reflecting pool and walled gardens, landscape plans, irrigation plan and lighting plan. We also shepherded the plans through the City of Richmond’s approval process and assisted with requirements for the building’s goal of LEED certification.

DATES Start: 2012 Completion: 2014 DISCIPLINES Landscape Architecture Master Planning TEAM Dave Gerstenmaier, PLA

HG’s concepts for the garden space featured areas for private reflection as well as an area for gatherings of larger family groups. The landscape walls enclose visitors like an embrace, shielding them from public areas like the adjacent parking lot, in addition to providing a feeling of privacy for families supporting loved ones in the nearby hospital.

Collegiate School Master Plan | Richmond, VA In the early 1990’s, Collegiate School retained HG 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 major goals. Major objectives for the campus included: strengthening the main entrance and identifying the center of campus in a way that respects and enhances the surrounding residential community; organizing and improving the safety of student/vehicular circulation; and beautifying and creating outdoor spaces for a multitude of uses from active play to quiet study. After the successful completion of Upper School and Middle School improvements, the Lower School campus renovation became a high priority. Like the outdated and inefficient classroom buildings, the exterior play spaces and vehicular/pedestrian circulation patterns were conflicting and unsafe by modern standards. Completed in 2001, the improved Lower School Campus includes ample parking, age-appropriate equipment, and a combination of new architecture and site walls to provide secure containment for both active play areas and passive courtyard spaces.

LOCATION Richmond, VA CLIENT Collegiate School ARCHITECT BCWH DISCIPLINES Campus Master Planning TEAM David Gerstenmaier, PLA

Longwood University, New Residence Halls Charged with the integration of two new residential buildings into a topographically challenging site, HG created a design that uses brick-clad retaining walls, a gentle grassy hillside, and bosques of ornamental flowering trees around a Central Lawn that serves as both an elegant face of the university and a space for active and passive student recreation. The design team worked closely with both the Longwood Real Estate Foundation and Longwood University staff to reconfigure an earlier site design to coordinate more closely with the overall campus master plan currently under development. HG was able to maintain an existing pedestrian corridor through the site while providing accessible routes for all students across significant changes in grade.

LOCATION Farmville, VA CLIENT Longwood University ARCHITECT Franck & Lohsen Little DATES Start: 2014 Completion: in design DISCIPLINES Landscape Architecture TEAM Robbie Roach, PLA, LEED AP

LOCATION Powhatan County, VA

Pie Tech Corporate Campus


HG has enjoyed helping this corporate client create a campus that matches the character of this software firm. They wanted their grounds to have a fun, whimsical atmosphere loaded with amenities to attract and maintain the best and brightest employees. Our design work over the years has included an orchard, a mini-golf course, sculpture garden, tennis court, entry walls and colorful plantings for their Powhatan campus.

DATES Start: 2013 Completion: 2015 DISCIPLINES Master Planning Site Design Landscape Architecture TEAM David Gerstenmaier, PLA

University of Richmond, Carol Weinstein International Center For this project, we managed the design of the courtyard fountain as well as the design and construction of the adjacent outdoor classroom and chalkboard wall. We designed the surrounding plantings to complement the beauty of this campus, which is well-known for its elegant brick buildings and traditional park-like beauty. Featured in “Green Building & Design” Magazine, this project was the first LEED (Gold) building in central Virginia. We have a longstanding relationship with the University of Richmond, spanning over two decades. LOCATION Richmond, VA CLIENT University of Richmond ARCHITECT Glavé & Holmes DATES Start: 2007 Completion: 2010 CONSTRUCTION COST $16.7 M DISCIPLINES Landscape Architecture TEAM David Gerstenmaier, PLA

Corporate Campus Dining Terrace LOCATION Richmond, VA CLIENT Client Requests Anonymity ARCHITECT BHDP Architecture DATES Start: 2015 Completion: 2015 DISCIPLINES Landscape Architecture Civil Engineering Construction Management TEAM Dave Gerstenmaier, PLA Charlene Harper, PE

HG was tasked with assisting the architect with the design of the new outdoor dining terrace, and providing civil and landscape design for the perimeter of the terrace and surrounding land form affected by the expansion. We created bid documents showing how the addition would drain and how an existing storm sewer line and sanitary sewer line could be accommodated. HG served as construction manager, providing hands-on site supervision and working out a temporary pedestrian traffic pattern to keep the building accessible during construction. We were asked to bring smaller, local contractors to the table and bid out all the hardscape, grading, drainage, landscape and irrigation. When a communication pole and wire were encountered during construction, we were able to orchestrate working around the conflict while maintaining the integrity of the design since we were already on the site. In addition, we helped to keep costs down by working with trusted contractors, scrutinizing invoices, and making sure contracts were met to the complete satisfaction of our client. With two weeks of work to remain, the word came out that our client wanted the project done in half that time. Due to our strong relationship with the subcontractors and our ability to react quickly to the job site, we were able to stay on top of everything and even get our partners to work through the weekend. Our client was very appreciative of our efforts as the project was completed on their compressed time frame and was open for business. We were lauded for our ability to remain flexible as the scope of work changed, and to complete complex deliverables despite an aggressive deadline. As a result, the client has trust and a level of loyalty with the knowledge that with our supervision, the project will be completed beyond the satisfaction of all parties concerned.

Virginia Military Institute, Cormack Hall and Memorial Garden HG developed a hardscape improvement plan, landscape planting plan, lighting and irrigation plans for the grounds renovation surrounding Cormack Hall. We also reconfigured the garden to the northeast of the building to include a formal memorial archway, which we designed out of stone to complement the historic campus. We enhanced and refreshed the existing plants with formal, symmetrical plantings to complete the landscape which is watered with harvested water collected in two underground cisterns hidden under the formal lawn. HG was also tasked with maximizing LEED requirements to help the project attain the desired environmental goals. LOCATION Lexington, VA CLIENT Virginia Military Institute ARCHITECT Baskervill DATES Start: 2012 Completion: 2016 Est. DISCIPLINES Site Design Landscape Architecture TEAM David Gerstenmaier, PLA

Washington and Lee University, Stemmons Plaza Campus facilities staff consider this area of the campus underutilized as a pass through crosswalk. HG was tasked with preparing a schematic study to engage students between main academic buildings and the campus library. We were brought in to assist with placemaking and the creation of landmarks along the path. In addition, our designs considered the heirarchy of campus intersections, the university’s desire to protect an existing speciment tree, and upgrades necessary for fire truck access. Components of HG’s collaborative study and design included pedestrian-friendly features, seating areas, fountains and statuary. LOCATION Lexington, VA CLIENT Washington & Lee University DATES Start: 2013 Completion: 2013 DISCIPLINES Master Planning Landscape Architecture TEAM Dave Gerstenmaier, PLA

University of Richmond, Robins Stadium Robins Stadium is a multi-sport venue designed to be pedestrian-friendly and blend in with the traditional features of this historical campus. HG created a site plan that complemented the existing topography and surrounding vegetation. We designed patio spaces, athletic components including the long jump and triple jump facilities, site amenities, retaining walls, planting and parking all with an eye to preserving the timeless gothic features that are characteristic of this institution. A major focus of our work was protecting the large existing white oak tree very close to the new spectator grandstand and plaza area. We designed a permeable paver plaza that will give permanent protection to the roots allowing this ancient tree to be a part of the campus for years to come. This project achieved LEED Silver certification.

LOCATION Richmond, VA CLIENT University of Richmond ARCHITECT BCWH DATES Start: 2008 Completion: 2010 CONSTRUCTION COST $28 M DISCIPLINES Landscape Architecture

St. Francis Medical Center | Bon Secours Health System St. Francis Medical Center is a 45-acre medical campus that comprises a 130-bed acute care hospital, an attached six-story medical office building and two freestanding medical office buildings. In lieu of a sea of asphalt as the first thing greeting hospital guests, the team at HG created a site plan that features a tree-lined boulevard with pedestrian-scale lighting, and a series of smaller parking lots on either side, making the walk from the car the first in a series of soothing, calming measures designed to welcome guests. At the entry, a large central fountain and vine-covered pergolas soften the face of the hospital building. At the back of the hospital a sunken chapel garden is one of the signature features of the hospital. Nestled between the retaining wall for the parking lot 16 feet above, and the hospital building, this long, narrow, potentially-challenging space presented HG with an opportunity to create something spectacular. Long pergolas line either side of the garden, and a cast stone gazebo at one end not only creates a lovely focal point, but completes the garden which has become a popular site for weddings. We designed a reflecting pool and granite runnel water feature to add the soothing sights and sounds of running water, and our plant palette of mixed evergreens, deciduous shrubs and herbaceous perennials provides year-round interest. Both the front entry and the chapel garden contributed to the Medical Center being named America’s Most Beautiful Hospital by Soliant Health in 2011. In making this distinction, organizers cited the landscaping that “welcomes patients and visitors to relax and regenerate.�


School of Nursing Garden| Virginia Commonwealth University

CLIENT Virginia Commonwealth University

After the opening of the new School of Nursing, VCU contacted HG to help with the design of a garden for the area behind the building. As there was no funding available, HG collaborated with the University Architect and the School of Nursing leadership to prepare a garden concept on a pro bono basis. The resulting design and cost estimate was used as a basis for fundraising and we were later contracted to prepare construction documents.

DATES Start: 2004 Completion: 2008 CONSTRUCTION COST $13.6 M DISCIPLINES Landscape Architecture TEAM David Gerstenmaier, PLA

The VCU School of Nursing garden was designed to provide a peaceful place for nursing students as well as a place to honor the history of nursing education on the MCV campus. Part of the student experience involves work with real patients and their illnesses and the garden is an inviting place for them to relax, study and experience nature. The school’s more-than-100-year history is commemorated by the incorporation of cornerstones from now demolished buildings that housed the school. Our plan created a green space for the students with lush landscaping, two water features, quiet seating areas, flexible seating for dining or outdoor meetings, and a large lawn to accommodate a tent for special occasions. We also incorporated design solutions to correct a drainage problem adjacent to the site and address unforeseen site conditions.


John Randolph Medical Center | HCA HG was tasked to help bolster the presence of the Hospital by improving visual access into the site and site circulation, creating opportunities to improve the grounds through gardens, walking paths, and terraces and also to develop a campus identity. HG provided a site analysis with regards to the desires of the client and created a list of opportunities for the campus. The master plan addressed: • Street Access - Create a 'greener' appearance throughout their street edges by burying utility lines, adding street trees, upgrading plantings, improving off-site pedestrian connections, and providing gateways into the site. • Building Access - Create strong visual clues to the entrances of the building, reconfigure vehicular circulation to reduce conflicts between ambulances/facilities/hospital patrons, and upgrade site design for critical building entrances. • Green Space - Create a fitness/walking trail around the campus to capture views of the Appomattox River, create Cafeteria terrace for employees/patrons, and upgrade central garden into a place to decompress and relax in nature. • Campus Identity - Create a campus standard in lighting, seating, and vehicular control. By having a consistent theme across the campus, the repeated patterns help establish a campus core.




Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind | Staunton, VA

OWNER Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind

We have completed multiple projects at the School over the years, including an overall main campus site plan, Watts Hall, Stuart Hall renovations, a play area, a maintenance building and the Darden Hall Parking Area. HG adapted the master plan of the school to the selected site and worked in tandem with the design team on all facets of the site work. Landscape architecture elements included planting design, irrigation design, hardscape design including pedestrian circulation, building entrances, dining terraces, lighting plans and other outdoor spaces. We also supervised the design and construction of a playground area, sidewalks, retaining walls, outdoor dining and amenities. Plans included the use of a bio-retention pond to address stormwater on the site while creating a lush green space adjacent to the building and along the existing road.

DISCIPLINES Campus Master Planning Landscape Architecture TEAM David Gerstenmaier, PLA

St. Joseph’s Villa | Richmond, VA

St. Joseph’s Villa

Richmond Montessori School | Richmond, VA

University of Richmond | Columbarium Garden HG 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 the alter end to the main entrance of the chapel. It also was and is home to “Peggy’s Garden,” a small paved area with stone benches placed in memory of Peggy Meadows, a dedicated and loved employee of the University. A columbarium space, a worship garden and a formal gathering area for weddings, funerals and other special events were all identified as uses that were needed within close proximity to the Chapel. The space is enclosed by a curved 8 foot high brick wall with limestone caps carefully designed to match the Chapel’s architectural detail. The terraced wall provides the structure for each 8”x 8”x 12” niche and allows for planting above the niche cabinets. Approximately 3000 niches are provided throughout the garden. Both fixed bench seating around the fountain and scatter garden, and movable chairs randomly placed among the columbaria provide fl exible seating for small groups. The open lawn area allows space for a more formal seating arrangement, which can be staged at the chapel door or at any perimeter location. The fountain and statuary provide a unique and special space for gatherings and is still “Peggy’s Garden” identified with a bronze and granite plaque memorializing those whose cremated remains have been interred within the scatter garden.

Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens For the rose garden area at the botanical garden, our client wanted a place not just to showcase dozens of varieties of roses, but a pleasant, quiet path with plenty of restful seating where visitors to the garden can rest and enjoy the beauty of the gardens and the views of the lake beyond.

REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT LIST PRIVATE DEVELOPER PARTNERS Atack Properties, Inc. Atlantic Development & Acquisition Blue Green Communities Boyd Homes Bryan Robinson Real Estate, Inc. C. B. Robertson Centex Homes Cornerstone Homes D. O. Allen Builders Dominion Land & Development Corporation Eagle Construction of Virginia, LLC East West Partners Gray Land Development Company, LLC Gumenick Properties Harper Associates, Inc. HHHunt Homes Highwoods Properties HMG Investments, LLC Hometown Realty iStar Financial Johnson Development Associates, Inc. Kotarides LandVest, Inc. Lifestyle Homes Marchetti Properties, Inc. Olympia Development Corporation R.C. Evans Management Group, Inc. Realty Ventures Group, Inc. Reed’s Landing Community Association Republic Land Development, LLC Royal Dominion Homes Ryan Homes Sauer Properties, Inc. South Coast Properties, LLC SouthLand Properties, Greenville SC Stony Point Land, Inc. Stylecraft Homes The Tascon Group The Wilton Companies Tricord Homes Villa Construction, Inc. Youngblood Properties, LLC

OFFICE & INDUSTRIAL Altamont Avenue Warehouse Branch Point Drive Self Storage Burger Media C.F. Sauer Company Headquarters Caliber Collision Dabney Road Self Storage Dominion Build to Suit Facility FedEx Distribution Center Innsbrook Office Park Libbie Place Markel Workplace Resources MeadWestVaco Headquarters (now West Rock) Otterdale Storage Parham Plaza Pie Tech Corporate Campus Sauer Center Staples Mill Marketplace Stonehenge Village Stuart’s Crossing MIXED USE DEVELOPMENTS Bellgrade Plantation New Town Williamsburg Port Warwick Scott’s View West Broad Village Westhampton on Grove RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS Abbey Village Barrington Belcrest Bentley Carriage Homes at Parham Place Charter Colony Creekside Village Crimson Crest Crossridge Ellington Woods Founders Bridge Four Seasons at New Kent Gardenbrook

Garden Springs Grey Oaks Harper’s Mill Heron Pointe Hills Quarter Holly Hills Iron Mill John Rolfe Square Kings Charter Magnolia Green Magnolia Lakes Martins Grant Monument Park New Market Village New Post on the Rappahannock Oak Park Rivergate River Mill River Pines Rivers Bend Riverwatch Rutland Master Plan Shores of York Stonebridge Gardens Stonehouse Glen Tarrington on the James Terraces at Swift Creek The Landing at Swift Creek The Park at Salisbury The Preserve at Deerfield The Villages at Quarterpath Tillman Farm Townes at Pouncey Place Trellis Crossing Twin Hickory Villas at Ashlake Villas at Hunton Park Waterford Square Wellesley Wyndham

REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT LIST PRIVATE POOLS Arbor Landing Swim Club Ashcreek Swim Club Bellcreek Community Pool Assessment Carriage Homes at Parham Place Pool Collegiate School Aquatics Center Country Club of Virginia Pool Dominion Club at Wyndham Founders Bridge Community Pool Foxhall Swim and Racquet Club Greater Richmond Aquatic Program Natatorium Grey Oaks Recreation Association Hermitage Country Club Kanawha Recreation Association Kings Charter Swim Club Settler’s Landing Swim Club Tarrington Swim Club The Lake House at Twin Hickory Three Chopt Recreation Association Tides Lodge Freshwater and Saltwater Pools Wellesley Swim Club Wyndham Swim and Racquet Club MUSEUMS American Civil War Museum Branch House Museum Science Museum of Virginia Virginia Historical Society RELIGIOUS Congregation Beth Ahabah Synagogue Eastlake Community Church Charette Epiphany Evangelical Lutheran Church Hope Church River Road Church Columbarium Garden St. Edwards Catholic Church Columbarium Garden St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Columbarium HOSPITALITY Blackburn Inn & Spa Boathouse at Sunday Park Caritas Center Dover Hall Jefferson Hotel

GOLF COURSES Belmont Golf Course Country Club of Virginia, James River Course Country Club of Virginia, Tuckahoe Creek Course Country Club of Virginia, Westhampton Course Hermitage Country Club Hunting Hawk Golf Club Independence Golf Course Kinloch Golf Club Redwing Lake Golf Course Sycamore Creek Golf Course The Woods Golf Course at Kingsmill K-1 2 S C H OOLS Christchurch School Scott Dining Hall Terrace Christchurch School Master Plan Christchurch School Puller Science Center Collegiate School Master Plan + Construction Administration Compass School, Columbus, OH Compass School, Cincinnati, OH Episcopal Day School Faison School for Autism Goddard School Richmond Montessori School Parking Sabot at Stony Point St. Bridget School Entrance Plan + Parking Study St. Catherine’s School Dining Hall Expansion St. Joseph’s Villa Master Plan Trinity Episcopal School Master Plan HIGHER EDUCATION Liberty University - School of Osteopathic Medicine Liberty University - Softball Complex and Parking Deck University of Richmond- Brunet Hall University of Richmond- Carol Weinstein Center for International Studies University of Richmond Jepson Hall University of Richmond- Law School Entry Court University of Richmond- Queally Hall Expansion University of Richmond- Queally Admissions Building University of Richmond- The Forum

REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT LIST PRIVATE PARKS AND RECREATION K.B. River Club Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden-Rose Garden Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden-Pedestrian Bridge Richmond International Raceway Tuckahoe Sports Park and Little League Fields MEDICAL CENTERS Bon Secours Blackstone Medical Center Bon Secours Cancer Institute at Harbour View Bon Secours DePaul Medical Center Bon Secours Heart Institute Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital Master Plan Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center Master Plan Bon Secours Memorial Regional Medical Center Bon Secours Richmond Community Hospital Bon Secours St. Francis Cancer Institute Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital Master Plan Children’s Hospital of Richmond Cumberland Hospital for Children & Adolescents John Randolph Medical Center Master Plan Huguenot Road Optometrist Libbie Medical Center St. Elizabeth Hospital The Eye Place VCU Medical Center VCU School of Dentistry Courtyard VCU-Massey Cancer Center Garden Lighting Virginia Eye Institute Westhampton School Landscape Maintenance Oversight MEDICAL OFFICE BUILDINGS Bon Secours Ironbridge MOB Bon Secours Laburnum MOB Bon Secours Hampton Roads MOB Bon Secours Memorial Regional Medical Center MOB III Expansion Bon Secours St. Francis Child Care/MOB Bon Secours St. Francis MOB II Bon Secours St. Francis MOB Parking Lot Bon Secours St. Francis Watkins Center MOB

Bon Secours St. Mary’s Behavioral MOB/Parking Bon Secours St. Mary’s MOB West Chippenham MOB Chippenham Johnston Willis MOB Depaul MOB Halifax Regional MOB Harbour Pointe MOB Henrico Doctor’s Hospital MOB Hioak II Medical Office Building Lynchburg MOB Reynolds Crossing MOB #2 Reynolds Crossing MOB #3 Reynolds Crossing MOB #4 Reynolds MOB Irrigation Short Pump MOB Preliminary Site Study Woolfolk St. Mary’s MOB SENIOR LIVING/AGE SPECIFIC Autumn Run Beth Sholom Lifecare Community Bon Secours The Crossings at Ironbridge Chesterfield County Lucy Corr Nursing Home Goochland Earl Thompson Property Harper’s Mill Due Diligence Harvest Glen Magnolia Lakes Midlothian Wood Norwood Pond Opaca Property Petersburg Tabernacle Senior Housing Reams Road Saddle Creek Farm St. Anthony’s Senior Housing Trellis Crossing HEALING, CHAPEL & MEMORIAL GARDENS & LABYRINTHS Bon Secours Memorial Regional Medical Center Healing Garden Bon Secours St. Francis Contemplative Garden & Labyrinth Bon Secours St. Mary’s Chapel Garden St. Anthony Healing Garden

REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT LIST PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION College of William and Mary - Crim Dell, Sorority Court, and Dorm College of William and Mary - Muscarelle Museum of Art College of William and Mary Virginia Institute of Marine Science Master Plan Ferrum College Campus Master Plan Update George Mason University - Center Commons, Parking Deck, and Plazas George Mason University - Campus Master Plan George Mason University - Student Center Germanna Community College Campus Master Plan James Madison University - Carrier Arboretum Terrace & Fountain James Madison University - Chandler Courtyard James Madison University - Madison Hall Renovation James Madison University - President Rose House James Madison University - Wind Farm James Madison University - YCP Playground James Madison University- Greek Row Charette John Tyler Community College - Midlothian Campus Expansion Longwood University - Academic Building Longwood University - Admissions Building Longwood University - Campus Entrance Redesign Longwood University - Joan of Arc Statue Grounds Longwood University - New Residence Halls Longwood University - Student Center Mary Baldwin College - Student Center Terrace Radford University - Intramural Fields Randolph-Macon College - Performing Arts Outdoor Plaza Randolph-Macon College - Athletic Fields Master Plan University of Mary Washington - Campus Master Plan University of Mary Washington - Campus Walk University of Mary Washington - Jepson Science Center University of Mary Washington - Amphitheatre University of North Carolina Charlotte Campus Master Plan University of Virginia/ Blue Ridge Hospital - AMIR building at Fontaine Research Park Virginia Commonwealth University - 12th Street Commons Plaza Virginia Commonwealth University - Cabell Library Virginia Commonwealth University - Shafer Court Pedestrian Plaza Virginia Commonwealth University - Cary Street Recreation Facility Virginia Commonwealth University - Jefferson Street Parking Deck Virginia Commonwealth University - Campus Amenity Guidelines Virginia Commonwealth University - Grace Street Student Housing Virginia Commonwealth University - Engineering and Business School Virginia Commonwealth University - Hibbs Hall Renovation Virginia Commonwealth University - Hunton Hall Garden Renovation Virginia Commonwealth University - Past to Future Walk

Virginia Commonwealth University - School of Nursing Virginia Commonwealth University - Scott House Virginia Military Institute - Cormack Hall Renovation Virginia Military Institute - Cocke Hall Renovation & Memorial Garden Virginia Tech - Myers-Lawson School of Construction Virginia Tech - Sandy Hall, Davidson Hall & Liberal Arts Building Renovation Wake Forest University Contemplative Garden Washington and Lee University - Belfield Estate Historic Garden Renovation Washington and Lee University - Stemmons Plaza K-1 2 S C H OOLS Albert Hill Middle School Reading Garden Chimborazo Elementary School Rain Gardens Christchurch School Campus Master Plan Christchurch School Puller Science Center Collegiate School Master Plan & Exteriors Deep Run High School Baseball Facility Deep Run High School Entrance Sign Douglas Freeman High School Athletic Field Use Study Douglas Freeman High School Landscape Plan Linwood Holton Elementary School Outdoor Classroom Norrell Annex Rain Gardens Pemberton Elementary Athletics Field Ridge Elementary School Parking Expansion Ridge Elementary School/Tuckahoe Middle School Masterplan Tuckahoe Elementary School Outdoor Classroom Tuckahoe Elementary School Playground Tuckahoe Middle School Athletic Fields Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind Master Plan

REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT LIST PUBLIC MUNICIPAL Buckingham County Courthouse Capital Square Landscape Master Plan, Richmond, VA Chesterfield County Courts Building Chesterfield County Government Center Master Plan Chesterfield County Juvenile & Domestic Relations Courts Building Chesterfield County Mental Health Facility Chesterfield County Utilities Building Church Hill Water Tower, Richmond, VA City of Richmond Public Schools CSO Green Pilot Project City of Richmond Public Safety Building (existing site analysis) Columbus Pump Station, Richmond, VA Fairfax City Hall and Police Headquarters Master Landscape Plan Fire Station #10, Richmond, VA First Police Precinct, Richmond, VA Fluvanna County Courthouse Gambles Mill Water Tower, Henrico County, VA Henrico County Government Courtyard Revisions Henrico County Operations Center Henrico County Fire Station #5 Hustings Courthouse, Petersburg, VA James City County Courthouse John Marshall Courts Building (infill study), Richmond, VA Prince George County Courts Building Rockbridge County Courthouse Stafford County Government Center Third Police Precinct, Richmond, VA AIRPORTS Accomack County Airport Charlottesville Albemarle Airport Culpeper Regional Airport Dinwiddie County Airport Meadows Field Airport Mecklenburg-Brunswick Regional Airport Orange County Airport Richmond International Airport San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport Stafford Regional Airport

LIBRARIES Bon Air Branch Library, Chesterfield County, VA Central Library Expansion, Chesterfield County, VA Chester Library and Arts Center, Chesterfield County, VA Gayton Branch Library, Henrico County, VA Glen Allen Library Expansion, Henrico County, VA Lancaster County Library, Lancaster County, VA Midlothian Branch Library, Chesterfield County, VA North Park Library, Chesterfield County, VA Reams Gordon Library, Chesterfield County, VA Tuckahoe Library, Henrico County, VA Twin Hickory/Shady Grove Library, Henrico County, VA PARKS & RECREATION 9-Mile Wellness Park, Richmond, VA Capitol Square Mantle, Richmond, VA Dominion Park, Richmond, VA Immigration and Customs Enforcement Soccer Field, Farmville, VA RF&P Park, Henrico County, VA Short Pump Park, Henrico County, VA Twin Hickory Park, Henrico, VA

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