This landscape project was a pleasure to work on with Susan Viemeister. We are often fortunate enough to collaborate with her. Jeff worked closely with Susan and the homeowner to ensure plantings fulfilled everyone’s expectations. Sometimes with old houses field adjustments need to be made when unknown’s are discovered like old utility lines. http://www.houzz.com/projects/2175739/roseland-home Photo by Susan ...
The benefits of ornamental grasses are abundant. Offering varied heights, textures, and colors make them extremely versatile in a landscape plan. Their low irrigation needs and pest free nature may be what makes you fall in love. Check these native grasses out at Devil’s Backbone Basecamp Brewpub and Meadows next time you get a chance.
Our crew has been busy with a large landscaping project at Washington & Lee University. Cooling temperatures slow above ground growth, and moister soil encourages strong root development so it’s a perfect time for this project.
Congratulations to David Anhold of Anhold Associates Landscape Architecture. His project at Devils Backbone Basecamp Brewpub & Meadows was selected as a Merit Award winner in the General Design Category by the Virginia American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). This project was a pleasure to work on with David and we look forward to more ...
The University of Virginia was gracious enough to host a luncheon, on the pavers we layed, to honor all the people that worked so hard to make the Rotunda Restoration such a success. We are grateful to have been able to work in such a historic space and are so proud of this project.
We’ve just completed the north terrace at the Rotunda. 15,000 square feet of brick pavers, or 67,500 bricks, and 4000 square feet of sandstone. It looks great and we are glad we got it done in time for the 2016 graduating class. We can’t wait to see all the final details.
We’re very excited for everyone to see a really fun project we’ve just wrapped up at DEVILS BACKBONE BASECAMP BREWPUB & MEADOWS!
This beautiful firepit can be found at Hilton Homewood Suites of Charlottesville. A great opportunity to check out our work and see what can be brought to your back yard space.