By Chris Ettel (Contributor for Pilot Online) May 18, 2019 If the thought of having to deal with a compliance board in one of our area cities strikes fear in your heart, it shouldn’t. All of us in Hampton Roads are, or should be, stewards of our coastal environment, and these folks serve as
By Peter Coutu Staff writer May 8, 2019 Updated May 11, 2019 Pilot Online Article VIRGINIA BEACH Council members got a glimpse Tuesday of what Virginia's largest city might look like if it sinks billions of dollars into preparing for 3 feet of sea level rise in the coming decades. The
The Something in the Water (SITW) concert series is on the mind of every resident in Hampton Roads right now but did you know that this organization is behind the updating of Seatack Elementary School's urban garden? The garden is getting a complete overhaul thanks to various donors including
Often one of the hardest things for a client to comprehend is what their final conceptual design will look like. Observing sketches, CAD drawings, and pictures of an image is ordinary. However, actually visualizing and being digitally immersed in a design truly makes the client’s vision a reality.
WPL is pleased to announce Nicole Weisstanner’s project, the Fort Monroe Waterfront Park & Open Space Master Plan won the Award of Merit for the 2018 Virginia ASLA Professional and Student Awards in the Analysis and Planning category. WPL served as the prime consultant for the project and teamed
Sifting through the crowd for anyone that might be interested, I began to look for eye contact and a curious posture. At last! Found one! “Do you like art? How ‘bout science? ..math? ..nature?” Their answers almost didn’t matter. My response was usually, “Well, we do [fill in the blank] all day