Archive for October, 2012

Alexandria adds $200,000 to renovation budget for Frank O. Hunter Park

Frank O. Hunter Park is on Willow Glen River Road and is one of the city’s oldest parks. It is one of six parks included as part of a master plan improvement project developed by Lose & Associates. The company, hired to study the city’s parks, recommended in August 2009 that the city invest $60 million in its parks and recreation systems.

Read the full story (PDF)

Posted on 10/31/12

When a Plan Comes Together

City leaders undertook and extensive planning process in 2010-11 to develop the Point Park master plan, complete with riverfront design plans. Working with Lose and Associates, the city invited residents to give their input into how the riverfront should be developed.

Read the full story (PDF)

Posted on 10/29/12

Wetlands among city’s wonders

Like the rain forests and coral reefs, wetlands are some of the most fascinating and active ecosystems in the world. And Murfreesboro is home to several of them.

Click here to read the full story (PDF)

Posted on 10/23/12

Lose makes finals in the international Designing Action Nashville competition

Text “Eco-Social Urbanism” to (615) 442-6819 to vote for the People’s Choice Award!
Lose & Associates, Inc. staff members volunteered to participate in the international Designing Action Nashville competition, a project supported in part by an award for the National Endowment for the Arts. Designing Action “seeks to encourage the re-imagination of an industrial site along Downtown Nashville’s Cumberland River, with an emphasis on creation active spaces for healthy citizens; highlighting alternative sports and related activities.” Lose & Associates’ design competition entry, Eco-Social Urbanism, is one of 17 finalists out of over 130 individuals and teams who registered for the competition (from 29 countries, covering six continents). Finalists’ entries are on display along the Rolling Mill Hill Greenway through the end of October, 2012.
Posted on 10/08/12

Pascagoula parks and recreation master plan says residents want aquatic features

PASCAGOULA, Mississippi — Pascagoula residents want more water-related recreation options and more city-led events and programs, a landscape architect told city councilmen Tuesday night.

Click here to read the full story (PDF)


Posted on 10/08/12