The Atlanta Beltline has an impressive list of accomplishments: 33 miles of multi-use trails, 1,300 acres of parks, 5,600 units of affordable housing, and more than $10 billion in economic development. Next on the list of accomplishments is the registration of the $7 million renovation and expansion of Enota Park for Sustainable SITES certification. Studioverde is facilitating the SITES certification process with Pond and Company, the lead design firm.
Studioverde has streamlined the SITES process for the multidisciplinary team through workshops, collaborative communications, and advisory services. Kevin Burke, Principal Landscape Architect for the Atlanta Beltline, stated at a recent ASLA conference, “We are just halfway through the design development process and I am already seeing the benefits of SITES.”
Studioverde is committed to making SITES certification straightforward without adding unnecessary costs. Contact Studioverde with your project specific questions about SITES certification.