The Landscape Architecture team at Timmons Group understands how landscapes work: site designs that respond to the environmental context and needs of the community will endure change and succeed in connecting people with place. We seek to create dynamic places that achieve timeless appeal and are tailored to our clients’ goals and the appropriate user groups. Grounded in the art and science of our discipline, we deliver the combination of beauty, economy, and performance that clients expect in designs. Our horticultural expertise and broad construction experience result in planting and hardscape plans that are compelling and designed to last.
Landscape Architecture Services:
Landscape Architecture Projects
Lynchburg College - Drysdale Student Center
Location: Lynchburg, Virginia
Timmons Group worked with the College to master plan and design a new addition and associated civic space at Drysdale Student Center.
First Freedom Center
Location: Richmond, Virginia
Situated in downtown Richmond’s historic Shockoe Slip, the First Freedom Center stands alongside two hotels, showcasing a 7,000 square foot courtyard created by the U-shaped building.
1050 K Street
Location: Washington, DC
This LEED® Gold project involves an innovative green-roof plaza stormwater design for an 11-story office building in the heart of downtown Washington, D.C.
Tidewater Community College Norfolk Student Activity Center
Location: Norfolk, Virginia
58,000 sf multi-story building accommodates student activities, lounge/study areas, meeting rooms, recreational and fitness facilities and other services.
Location: Richmond, VA
Carytown Place is located in the Museum District-Carytown area of Richmond. The site houses moderate sized commercial businesses that blend within the area's residential and small business character.
Young-Laine Courts Building
Location: Isle of Wight, Virginia
46,347 square feet courts facility that achieved a LEED Silver rating.
Henricus Historical Park
Location: Chesterfield County, Virginia
Timmons Group led the design team to create a ten year vision to guide future development for the 800 acre Dutch Gap Conservation Area and the Henricus Historical Park outdoor living history museum
Defense Information Systems Agency Headquarters
Location: Fort Meade, Maryland
New million square feet DISA Headquarters on 70-acre site consolidates agency operations and research.