Clark Condon is pleased to announce that our Josey Lake Park project in the Bridgeland Community won a 2017 Parks and Natural Areas Award in the planning category from the Houston-Galveston Area Council!
Congratulations to all of the ULI Houston – Urban Land Institute Development of Distinction Awards winners!! We live in an incredible city full of innovation, talent and forward-thinking professionals that are designing for our future!
We’ve expanded the Clark Condon team!
It’s official! The 75-year-old Heights-based Farmer’s Market will undergo a 3 year, $10 million redevelopment to bring Houston its own Pikes Place.
For the last 32 years, we have created landscapes that are creative, sustainable, sophisticated and interactive through our passion for excellent design and the profession of Landscape Architecture.
Josey Lake Park, a 100+ acre amenity for the Bridgeland Community in Cypress, Texas, is under construction and will be complete this Fall. The central and prominent location of the park reinforces the community goals of connectivity and access to recreation, trails, commerce and schools. Clark Condon is proud to be the Landscape Architect for this amazing project.
The Houston Business Journal hosted its annual Landmark Awards last night. We would like to congratulate our clients and project teams on a job well done! We are honored to be part of these projects. For a full list of the winners, please visit: http://www.bizjournals.com/…/hbj-reveals-winners-of-2017-la…
Click here to see a list of winners. For a full list of the finalists and more information on the ULI Houston Development of Distinction Awards, please click here.
We participated in the international [DUBLIN] Contemporary Footbridge competition hosted by the Architectural Competition-Concours d’Architecture [AC-CA]. The objective was to design a new Contemporary Footbridge in the docks area of Dublin over the River Liffey that would become a symbol for the city.
We are thrilled to be included in the August Issue of Landscape Architect and Specifier News featuring our improvements to Main Street and Dallas Street in Downtown Houston. As the city continues to grow and evolve, so does the need for a variety of places to live, work and play. We are working with the Houston Downtown Management District to develop both Main Street and Dallas Street into an enjoyable pedestrian experience and a unique destination.