Virginia Avenue Pedestrian Improvement - Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) Morrow, GA
This Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) project provided streetscape improvements along Virginia Avenue in Hapeville, including decorative sidewalks and crossing demarcation, new landscaped medians, pedestrian-scale lighting, street trees, benches, trash receptacles, bicycle racks, and a gateway feature. All improvements were constructed within existing right-of-way. The gateway feature included a physical and visual marker for the City of Hapeville. The gateway includes signage, furniture, lighting, landscaping, and special paving. The brick paved plaza and park-like setting incorporates the design features from Virginia Avenue as well as existing city logos and symbols.
Pond Hires Emily Blackwell Hsiao, ASLA, PLA, CLARB, as PLACE Practice Lead for New Charlotte Office
ATLANTA, GA - (April 18, 2023) – Pond today announced that Emily Blackwell Hsiao, ASLA, PLA, CLARB, has joined the firm as the PLACE Practice Lead for the company’s new Charlotte office. As an Associate, Hsiao will build and manage business, operations, and project...
Creating Inclusive Spaces Through Public Art
When thinking of public art, most people can visualize an iconic piece of art or place that had an immediate impact on them. The Cloud Gate also known as The Bean in Chicago, Los Angeles’ hundreds of towering street posts aptly titled Urban Light, the Charging Bull...
Pond Recommended as Consultant for Next Phase of AeroATL Greenway Plan
Pond, an industry leader in architecture, engineering, planning and construction services, was selected by the Aerotropolis CIDs to provide consulting services for the completion of the AeroATL Greenway Concept Development. This initiative is the next evolution in the...