Parks & Recreation
Park design creates harmonious environments where people can recreate and enjoy the natural surroundings.
Pond’s Landscape Architecture group creates award-winning, sensible solutions that bring nature and community together for public, private, and non-profit clients throughout the Southeast.
A process is employed to open space planning and design that is both resource-based and community-oriented, tailoring solutions to the specific needs of rural, suburban, and urban environments. Local residents’ expertise and perspectives are enhanced with Pond’s knowledge of implementable recreational and environmental solutions, such as greenway design standards, stormwater requirements, and sustainable site strategies. Communities are engaged in meaningful dialogue about their vision, recreational needs, and opportunities, and alternative strategies.
We believe that the natural systems cannot be ignored while designing places for communities. Rather, it is this very connection to the surrounding environment that forms the bond between people and place. Our passion for sustainable landscape architecture creates environments where people thrive in harmony with their natural surroundings. Our experienced staff of architects, engineers, LEED accredited professionals, and landscape architects provide innovative and sustainable solutions for our Parks & Recreation clients.
Pond’s mission is summed up in the maxim:
“Envisioning Sustainable Environments.”
Sustainability is the foundation of every solution at Pond, influencing present actions and guiding future legacy.
- Neighborhood Parks
- Community Parks
- Identity / Wayfinding / Branding
- Regional Parks
- Master Planning
- Cultural / Heritage Centers
- Comprehensive Planning
- State Parks
- Botanical Gardens
- Educational Landscape Planning & Design
- Parks, Recreation & Open Space
- Athletic & Active Recreation Parks
- Linear Parks
- Regional & Local Trail System Master Planning
- Multi-Use Trail Systems
- Nature Trails
Matthew Wilder, PLA, ASLA, LEED AP
Director of Landscape Architecture
Allan Iosue, RLA, LEED AP BD+C
Director of Development
Pond is proud to announce and welcome Brad Jones, PLA, ASLA as Senior Project Manager for the Transportation and Community Development division. Located at Pond’s headquarters, Jones, a registered Landscape Architect and Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission...
Pond was excited to be part of the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of a new recreational vehicle and camping facility at Colt Creek State Park last week. Under direction of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Pond has completed the design...
Pond developed Lindsay Street Park is being recognized by the EPA with its third annual Rain Catcher Award for excellence in community engagement in helping control the neighborhood’s stormwater. The Conservation Fund and Park Pride will receive the award for...