Tag: Waterfront

Waterfront Landscape Architecture

Water is the basis of all life. Without it life can not exist. It is primal and universal, evocative and spiritual, purifying and punishing. Water

Living with Water @ VIMS Eastern Shore

The Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) has long occupied a collection of parcels in Wachapreague, VA, and sought to replace their existing, outdated facilities

VBP+R Earns Two Sustainable Design Awards

Saturday Showcase – Virginia Beach Parks + Recreation Admin Building

The Virginia Beach Parks and Recreation Department is the steward of a diverse collection of natural and open space resources maintained and improved for shared

Living With Water @ Fort Monroe

VIA design is activating the industrial waterfront at Fort Monroe. Keith Oliver, VIA’s Principal Landscape Architect, will address the overarching goal and guidelines for work

VIA’s Launch Point

VIAs original project was this 1930’s Craftsman style farmhouse and it was in need of significant interior upgrades, and the owners’ hobbies drove the need

Living with Water – The HULL Story

VIA’s history and expertise in flood plain resiliency comes from our 30-year focus and efforts on shifting our design practice to advancing how we think

Old Beach Apartments – Saturday Showcase

Old Beach Apartments (OBA) is the reimaging of a previously developed site. OBA, a modern, upscale, connected apartment community is located on an expansive waterfront

Governor Northam Announces Ship Repair Facility Redevelopment

Governor Ralph Northam recently announced that Lyon Shipyard, located in the heart of Downtown Norfolk, will be investing $24.4 million to expand its current operations

Governor Northam Announces Fort Monroe Redevelopment Plans

Governor Northam officially announced redevelopment plans for Fort Monroe Authority yesterday. The redevelopment plans include adaptive reuse of multiple historic buildings along with construction of new buildings and