The Main Project was to design the Main East Entrance to the Maritz Campus.  This involved a  jogging/walking trail around two large retention ponds.  The planting plan utilized oaks, pines, and Snowdrift crab which were used to complement and provide continuity to the existing thematic design for the grounds originally by Harriet Rodes Bakewell, FASLA.  I proposed a new sign using steel lettering similar to that on the existing buildings to identify the company for the arriving visitor to this company in St. Louis County.  This idea was accepted and implemented.

Additionally, I designed and implemented an untended space across the road from the main entrance.  Naturalistic indegenous plantings were used along with large boulders found in the excavation for a large expansion on the other side of the interstate.  It provided an interesting walk and steps up the hillside. (Shown below)

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