Landscape Architecture


Waterbury State Office Complex

Tropical Storm Irene devastated the landscape of Vermont in August 2010. The Waterbury State Office Complex was one of many facilities affected by the storm; dramatically flooded, the complex found over 6 feet of water covering acres of land along with interior flooding in the majority of building.

The redevelopment of the Waterbury State Office Complex delivered a state of the art facility including; a New Office Building, renovated Historic Core Offices, new Central Plan for heating and cooling for the campus, new site infrastructure with green features, and a redesigned campus landscape with improved circulation and parking, a dynamic pedestrian environment, and a system of courtyards for employees and visitors—all of which respond to the need to reduce flood risk. The project has received numerous awards; both locally and regionally and has been distinguished as a LEED Platinum facility. What a great project!