The Atlanta Journal and Constitution reported on a recent ranking of the best Private K-12 schools in Georgia and Breedlove Land Planning is proud to count three of them as our clients. At Pace Academy, we are currently working on their lower school renovation and a campus wide hydrology study. Across Atlanta at The Paideia School, we are working on the site design for a new Junior High School building that has already received approval from the Atlanta Urban Design Commission. At Woodward Academy in Southwest Atlanta, we are currently in the design development stage for the renovation of Brewster Hall to become the new administration hub for the campus. We appreciate the opportunity to work with these great institutions and you can learn more about our experience on our portfolio page.
The Atlanta Journal and Constitution is reporting that former Atlanta Falcons wide-receiver Terrance Mathis will be holding a free football camp at Woodward Academy this weekend with a number of former NFL stars. In addition to being involved in a number of building projects, Breedlove Land Planning provided site design services for many Woodward Academy athletics projects including their softball complex, lacrosse practice fields and their brand new synthetic turf football stadium. Information regarding the camp can be found here.
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.
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.