Landscape Architecture Services
- Landscape, Streetscape, & Hardscape Design
- Complete Streets Design
- Conceptual & Code Compliant Landscape Design
- Entrance Features & Signage Design
- Lighting Design
- Parks, Recreation, & Marinas
- Amenities Planning Design
- Irrigation Design
R-A-M design elements for this project included site civil, potable water, sanitary sewer, landscape/tree mitigation, hardscape, irrigation, site electrical, site lighting, and FDOT traffic updates for the new Baptist North/YMCA Wellness Center located on the Baptist North Campus at Dunn Avenue and Interstate 295.
R-A-M assisted SJRWMD in the development of guidelines to educate builders and developers on sustainable LID ‘water-wise’ landscape designs for the Florida Water Star program.
Located on a 1.76-acre site, the center is well positioned to serve the growing St. Johns Town Center location population as well as the students and educators of University of North Florida (UNF). R-A-M was pleased to be a part of the great team that brought this facility from concept to reality.
This project was a JPA between the City of Daytona Beach and FDOT District 5.
The San Marco Boulevard Streetscape Project is approximately 1.4 miles in length and incorporates streetscape improvements aimed to beautify and create an enhanced sense of destination to the San Marco corridor, improving both local business and pedestrian walkability.
Soft and hardscape “walkability” design for four blocks in Jacksonville core downtown from Adams Street to W. Independent Drive (between Hemming Plaza and the Jacksonville Landing). In 2015, Laura Street received designation as an American Planning Association (APA) Great Places of America 2015, "Great Streets". This exciting recognition means Laura Street was named one of the best five streets in all of the U.S.!
The I-295 E. (fka S.R. 9A) / U.N.F. Drive Enhancement project is approximately 1.5 miles in length and extends between Butler and Beach Boulevards in Jacksonville. Project required close coordination between FDOT and UNF personnel and assistance with the development of a maintenance contract (MOA).
Proposed Conceptual Design for the New Therapy Garden
The Moccasin Slough property is a 255-acre tract located east of Doctor’s Lake and between US 17 and the St. Johns River in Clay County funded in part by a Florida Communities Trust (FCT) grant. The site is a unique wildlife habitat and includes important vegetative communities. Park amenities include:
Veteran’s District Park is a 54 acre regional park located west of County Road 223 in St. Johns County. The site is located within the Cunningham Creek drainage basin surrounded by jurisdictional wetlands with about 40 acres of developable land. Park amenities include:
RAM, in partnership with the PGA Tour, provided pro bono Landscape Architectural design enhancements to The Grove Flag Plaza/Entryway at TPC Sawgrass in preparation for The Players, 2012, golf tournament. Design elements from the iconic TPC clubhouse such as pavers, planters, and plant material were used to enhance this area. Matt Rapp, Executive Director, commented “your vision is indeed becoming reality… it all looks great!
Huffman Park is a 10 acre community park located on the east side of Huffman Boulevard, north of Beach Boulevard. The site has a semi-open canopy with a relatively open understory. The “Sand Hill” community is the predominant ecosystem on the site with a small jurisdictional area located on the northeast corner of the property. Park amenities include:
Archie Dickinson Park is a 10 acre community park located north of Atlantic Boulevard between Lee and Jackson Roads. The site has an open canopy with a relatively open understory. There is a small jurisdictional area located in the center of the property along the southwest boundary line. Park amenities include:
The proposed multi-use trail is a 10-foot wide “off-road” asphalt path incorporating seven existing bridge crossings along the 18.1 mile route from Kathryn Abbey Hannah Park north to Amelia Island State Park. Trail heads, innovative low-impact design (LID) parking areas, elevated board-walk, and extensive multi-agency permitting are important aspects to the trail.