“While Covid-19 has certainly changed the course of many businesses’ leadership, we haven’t let up to see this office move come to fruition,” McCoy said.
RALEIGH, NC (PRWEB)
May 18, 2020
“While Covid-19 has certainly changed the course of many businesses’ leadership, we haven’t let up to see this office move come to fruition,” McCoy said. “We are thrilled to have this new space in Raleigh and look forward to growing our business presence in the area.”
With a strong client list, Design Workshop takes an active role in building and improving communities in North Carolina and the Southeast. Currently in Raleigh, the team is working on a master plan for a 59-acre park that honors the legacy of the Kellam-Wyatt families by turning former farmland into a county park that serves as both a nature preserve and agricultural center. Additionally, the team is helping to design a new neighborhood park in the Walnut Creek Wetland Park that will celebrate the community’s heritage and history. In Merry Hill, North Carolina, Design Workshop is guiding the planning and design of Tall Glass of Water Waterfront Park, a new 147-acre waterfront park that provides adventure tourism opportunities and community gathering spaces to to allow access to the beautiful seafront of the Son d’Albemarle. The team is also helping St. Philips Episcopal Church in Durham, North Carolina, reimagining its property to extend its mission to the local community, and working on a comprehensive countywide plan and a business plan. ecological print for Beaufort County, SC with a coordinated focus on physical, social and economic resilience.
About the Design Workshop
Founded in 1969, Design Workshop is an internationally renowned design firm specializing in landscape architecture, urban planning and strategic services with eight offices in the United States and projects around the world. The firm has been recognized with more than 460 prestigious awards. Design Workshop differentiates its planning and design process through DW Legacy Design®, the integration of art, community, environment and economy into every project. From fragile ecosystems to urban sites in rapidly changing cities, Design Workshop works in challenging environments around the world. For more information, visit http://www.designworkshop.com.
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