Great spaces connect us, and that goes for digital spaces too. As part of our 35-year celebration, we have launched a new website. By capturing the breadth of our portfolio and allowing users to dive a bit deeper into our firm, we want to share our passion for excellent landscape architecture.
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Clark Condon is beyond thrilled to announce that Josey Lake Park has won the 2019 Best of Design Award from The Architect’s Newspaper for the Pubic Landscape category! Congrats to our team including, Bridgeland, The Howard Hughes Corporation, Overland Partners and BGE, Inc.
Check out our latest renovation project with CapRidge Partners and Abel Design Group. This new renovation and rebrand will enhance and enliven the building amenities and outdoor spaces through the addition of a programmable activities lawn, shaded seating areas and outdoor meeting spaces, to list a few.
The Root | Clippings from Clark Condon, our email newsletter, took home first place in the email campaign category! Our marketing manager, Valerie, co-chaired the event and won Member of the Year for the Houston Chapter. Way to go, team!
Congratulations to The Woodlands Hills and The Howard Hughes Corporation for winning the Greater Houston Builders Association (GHBA) Prism Award for Master Planned Community Entrance of the Year!
Congratulations to Veranda by Johnson Development for winning the Greater Houston Builders Association (GHBA) Prism award for Community Entrance of the Year!
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Clark Condon worked with the Native Prairies Association of Texas, Coastal Prairie Partnership and the Katy Prairie Conservancy to develop the Nine Natives program for our region. The booklet introduces a simple palette of native plants in the Houston area that are available to everyone. Utilizing native plants supports and benefits pollinators and local wildlife in our area.
Josey Lake Park is a signature, 140-acre recreational greenspace that provides concurrent accessibility to nature and outdoor activities while also serving as a regional link to neighboring communities and commercial developments.