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Last Hurrah with Gravois Greenway Trail

Attention Gravois Greenway Trail users. There will be a "Last Hurrah" morning on Saturday, September 23rd from 8-11am at the Orlando's Event and Conference Center trail head. Coffee will be served and questions will be answered with the upcoming construction.     For more information, go to the...

We’re HIRING!

We are currently looking for a dynamic, motivated and personable Landscape Architect/Designer - with 1-3 years experience to join our team at the Eureka office. This position will support and strengthen our existing capabilities in master planning and design projects including parks, greenways, public spaces, ecosystem restoration, residential, and commercial. The...

Field Trip Friday: Maggie Daley Park, Chicago

By Jordan Wilkinson, PLA   My wife and I recently took a weekend trip to Chicago. We made an effort to do as much and see as much as we could during our 3 day trip. After making the obligatory trip to “The Bean” in Millennium Park,...

Moon Gardens

By Landscape Designer, Brad Priest   The great solar eclipse of 2017 is causing quite a stir around St. Louis. No doubt it will be a sight to remember, not only for those of us that managed to grab a pair of eclipse glasses in time, but...

Walkable Communities

It's getting closer to back to school here in Missouri and my favorite thing about the kids going back is the fact that we can walk to and from school. When my husband I decided on the neighborhood we are in now, sense of community, curb...

The Daily Tools of a Landscape Architect

By: Jordan Wilkinson, PLA   As Landscape Architects and Designers, we utilize many different tools and techniques to complete our daily tasks. Some of these are advanced technological innovations, while others are more simplistic. Here is a look at some of the tools, objects, and programs we...

Smart Stormwater Solutions: A look at Forest Park in St. Louis

By: Jordan Wilkinson, PLA   This week, DG2 attended The Shaw Series Forest Park Stormwater Salon – a continuing education bus tour and discussion that highlighted several recent and ongoing stormwater solutions throughout Forest Park. If you are not familiar with the Shaw Series for Stormwater, these...

The Man Who Planted Trees

By Brad Priest, Landscape Designer at DG2 Design   As Landscape Architects we generally maintain a reverence for the natural world – one that is not only necessary in order to find success in the field, but also seemingly innate in many of us. However, the hustle...

Field Trip Friday: NYC High Line

By Stephanie Hornickel, designer with DG2Home   Recently my husband and I took a grand tour of the New England area. Three of those days were spent in NYC doing all the tourist activities and sightseeing, while also enjoying details of gardens, fountains, pedestrian access and all...

CONCRETE RUBBLE : USE IT, DON’T LOSE IT

By Brad Priest, Designer at DG2 Design   Concrete makes up a large percentage of construction and demolition debris worldwide, and is often ultimately buried in landfills or generally treated as trash. While such treatment can sometimes be the most logical way to deal with concrete rubble,...