By: WPL Landscape Architecture Group According to a report from the National Research Council, stormwater runoff from built environments is one of the biggest challenges in modern water pollution control. Therefore, when taking on projects, landscape architects would benefit from the
A multi-year study resulted in a 126-page report that will be presented to Virginia Beach City Council on Tuesday. VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — The City of Virginia Beach is releasing results of a multi-year study of how to combat rising sea levels and future flooding impacts. The Comprehensive Sea
This month’s article is written from the desk of the City Surveyor at the City of Virginia Beach. Randy Smith is a dedicated Land Surveyor who has used many different avenues to reach his goals as a Licensed Surveyor. I have worked around Randy many times, and the experience is always a pleasure.
Virginia Beach “Tree Preservation Area” say the signs on chain-link fences surrounding beautiful old live oaks, a holly tree and more on a stretch of Atlantic Avenue between 74th and 75th streets in Virginia Beach. The sign is builder Chris Ettel’s statement about protecting the trees along
VIRGINIA BEACH When he was young, Pharrell Williams said he would drive past the Dome site with his grandmother on her way to clean offices. He remembers listening to music there too before the venue was torn down in 1994. Now the music superstar is involved in a project that’s going to transform
VIRGINIA BEACH When the waves at the First Street Jetty are waist-high and choppy, most surfers bail and wait for a better day. But what if nearly perfect waves just kept rolling in every day? It could happen at a surf park, and a Virginia Beach developer, Venture Realty Group, wants to build one