Sysco Headquarters

SYSCO Corporate Headquarters expansion includes the renovation of their existing office building and the addition of two new mid-rise office towers and parking garages. Clark Condon provided landscape architectural services for all site elements including planting, irrigation, paving for pedestrian transit, courtyards and building entries. A sensitive landscape plan was developed that preserved and incorporated […]

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Research Forest Lakeside

Research Forest Lakeside is a 77-acre premier office development in the master-planned community of The Woodlands, Texas. The vision for the development was to emulate the “live, work, play” mentality as it includes open public areas, Class A office space and retail space. This mixed-use project is dramatically located on the shores of Lake Woodlands

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Energy Center

Trammell Crow Company and Principal Real Estate Investors’ Energy Center I received a LEED® Silver certification, and the more recent Energy Center II was awarded LEED® Gold certification. Clark Condon contributed to several green design elements for this campus. Tree preservation, the use of drought tolerant native landscaping, ornamental grasses and a drip irrigation system positively impact

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Dress for Success

Dress for Success is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire and a network of support and career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. Part of a worldwide network of more than 120 affiliates, the Houston location is the only branch to

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BP Westlake Campus

Clark Condon was part of the design team for the overall beautification of the BP Westlake campus. We assisted the client with rebranding their “front door” by creating a visually dramatic pedestrian/vehicular entry and plaza. The newly designed great lawn welcomes visitors with its strong, clean design lines and materials. These efforts were compatible with

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