48-acre retail shopping mall expansion project in Silverdale, Washington encompassing a new terraced Pocket Park at the main entrance. The new park was designed to be reminiscent of origami with angular lines and fold-like patterns. Multi-level retaining walls provide seating and a bold planting palette was selected to the angular plane. The park has an interesting mixture of textures, patterns and colors and is beautifully illuminated at night.
A 70-acre master planned community in Domingues Hills. CDPC provided Landscape Architectural services for the project which included three gated resort style entries, overall street scene/common areas and seven neighborhood parks. The main park included a 5000 sf community building, a 5-lane, 25-yard competitive pool with attached play pool, spa, wading pool and beautifully landscaped grounds.
Landscape and hardscape design for an 18-acre gated, planned senior residential housing project consisting of 228 units. Amenities include a community building, swimming pool, putting green, shuffleboard, bocce ball, group picnic areas with gas barbeques, passive and active lawn areas, rose garden and pocket parks.
Design/Build renovation and enhancement project for the lagoon-style Mancota Pool at this Huntington Beach Resort. Overall deck space was increased with the addition of a new ADA accessible ‘Nautilus’ deck. Additional ocean facing lounging areas were created in place of existing turf and the addition of a new fireplace wall on the Mancota Patio allows for additional seating options.
A planned residential development consisting of 227 units in Loma Linda. Three product types were planned including large lot single family, traditional single family and alley loaded homes with garden entries. Three park sites provide a variety of amenities both active and passive in nature with the Central Park featuring a ‘Zanja’, one of the historical elements of the region, and a citrus grove.
CDPC provided services for this 6-acre neighborhood park built on a reclaimed (formerly contaminated) site in the City of Orange. Community input and special funding was key to the projects success. Drought tolerant and native plant materials were utilized in the design to minimize water use.
This 11-acre site in Carspn was to be developed on a Landfill and was used for oil drilling. Worked along with the environmental mitigation specialist to transform the site into a park and L.A. County Offices. Active park with basketball, baseball and multi-use soccer fields, barbeque/picnic areas.