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SCAPE is hiring for three roles

Apr 28, 2021

SCAPE is currently hiring for three, separate roles: Designer | SCAPE is seeking a Designer with 2-5 years of professional experience. Please read the job description here. Marketing Coordinator | SCAPE is seeking a Marketing Coordinator with 2 years of professional experience. The updated deadline for applications is end of day Monday, May 10. Please

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Resilient New Jersey: Raritan River and Bay Communities kicks off, seeking public input from residents

Apr 19, 2021

This month, Resilient New Jersey launched a new planning effort to develop an action plan addressing flood risk in the Raritan River and Bay communities of New Jersey—including Woodbridge, Old Bridge, Sayreville, Perth Amboy, South Amboy, South River and Carteret in Middlesex County. This joint effort between the municipalities, the New Jersey Department of Environmental

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Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts announces opening date of May 2022

Apr 19, 2021

The re-imagined Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts (AMFA), designed by Studio Gang and SCAPE, reached a major construction benchmark with the completion of its signature roof last week and announced an opening date of May 2022. The new roofline blossoms out onto nearly 14 acres of new public landscape to the North and South of

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Airline Highway Park Master Plan approved by BREC

Mar 26, 2021

This week, the Master Plan for Airline Highway Park in Baton Rouge, LA was approved by the Recreation and Park Commission for the Parish of East Baton Rouge (BREC), setting it on a path to implementation. Learn more about the project here. SCAPE collaborated with team lead TBG Partners on landscape architecture, ecological design and

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Billion Oyster Project releases online curriculum on Living Breakwaters

Mar 4, 2021

What happened to the oyster industry in Raritan Bay? What’s the life cycle of an oyster? Why does the Living Breakwaters project have so many different kind of rocks? What is a ‘living breakwater’ to begin with? Our frequent collaborators at the Billion Oyster Project recently released a public curriculum on Living Breakwaters—a series of

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SCAPE selected to work on Downtown Boston Waterfront Design and Use Guidelines

Mar 3, 2021

In Boston, SCAPE was selected to work with the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) on the Downtown Boston Waterfront Design and Use Guidelines, drawing together community and stakeholder input to provide clear priorities and design guidance for a more welcoming, accessible and resilient public realm and watersheet. In collaboration with BPDA and a team

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SCAPE’s Ongoing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commitments to Action

Jan 29, 2021

As part of SCAPE’s stated and ongoing commitment to expanding pathways for diversity within landscape architecture – and, in particular, our office – the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee (DEIC) at SCAPE collaborated with the wider firm through a series of workshops and meetings to develop a workplan and set of ongoing commitments to delineate

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