AJC Covers New Zoo Atlanta Exhibit

Recently the Atlanta Journal and Constitution covered the opening of the Zoo Atlanta Carnivore Complex.  As noted on our news post here, the article discusses some of the new additions to the zoo population, including Sumatran tigers and Malayan sun bears.  You can read the full online article by clicking on this link.  (right photo © 2010 Atlanta Journal and Constitution)


2010 Build Georgia Awards Part Two

In addition to the 2010 Build Georgia Specialty Contractor Awards, Breedlove Land Planning provided site design services for three projects in which the general contractor was recognized.  Saliba Construction Company, C.D. Moody Construction Company and Swofford Construction were given awards for Twin Rivers Middle School, Coretta Scott King Young Women’s Leadership and Lanier High School Athletics Facilities, respectively.  These firms represent the best work in the industry and we congratulate them, as well as the other award winners.

2010 Build Georgia Awards Part One

The Georgia Branch of the Associated General Contractors of America recently announced their 2010 Build Georgia Specialty Contractor Awards.  Breedlove Land Planning is pleased to announce that it provided landscape architectural and/or civil engineering services for three of the award winning projects.  They are the North Springs High School Stadium Field & Track Renovation, the Woodward Academy Athletic Complex and the Coretta Scott King Young Women’s Leadership Academy.  You can read about awards and the award winning contractors here.

Newton College and Career Academy Article

The Newton College and Career Academy site grading package has been given a thumbs up approval from the Newton County Board of Education… you can read about it here.  The new academy is to be located on the same site as the current Newton County High School in Covington, GA.  Breedlove Land Planning, in conjunction with Cunningham, Forehand, Matthews, and Moore Architects, has finalized the site design for Phase I of this project and construction begins this month.  Phase II of this project, building construction, is anticipated to begin in the Fall of 2010.

New Zoo Atlanta Exhibit to Open

The new Zoo Atlanta Carnivore Complex, phase one, is set to open this week.  Breedlove Land Planning, as a consultant to The Epsten Group and in conjunction with Ursa International, designed and permitted this habitat renovation.  New additions to the zoo include sun bears, sumatran tigers and wreathed hornbills.  This exhibit opening marks the second the team has designed at Zoo Atlanta, the first being the Parakeet Adventure (photo below).  The phase two design of the renovation of the Carnivore Complex is underway.

GVMP 3D Visualization to Commence

Breedlove Land Planning is pleased to announce that it has worked to secure a contract with the Georgia Tech IMAGE Lab to provide 3D animation services for the full modeling of the Georgia Veteran’s Memorial Park.  The IMAGINE (Interactive Media Architecture Group in Education) Lab “is composed of a group of researchers and students with a mission of serving the Architecture/Engineering/Construction (AEC) community by providing exemplary applications of cutting edge, architectural visualization technologies and to students in the use of these technologies”.  IMAGINE Lab will work directly for the Georgia Veteran’s Memorial Park Foundation to provide a realistic 3D visualization of the master plan designed by Breedlove Land Planning.

Woodward Academy Bullring Report Complete

Breedlove Land Planning recently completed an 80 page report for Woodward Academy, the largest independent school in the continental United States.  Founded as Georgia Military College in 1900, this extensive campus is centered on the ‘Bullring’, a historic open space.  Heavy student, faculty and visitor use of this area, as well as future plans for adjacent construction, have facilitated the need to investigate the current condition of this campus centerpiece.  This report will help guide the future of the Bullring while maintaining reverence for its past.