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Upgrades planned for Rash Field, the multi-purpose swath on the south shore of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, have been refined and could get underway next fall, according to the Waterfront Partnership, a city non-profit leading the work. Source: Refined plans for Rash Field in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor move ahead – Baltimore Sun
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Baltimore based firms, Mahan Rykeil Associates and Ayers Saint Gross bring national attention home for innovation. We are proud to have received the 2018 ASLA Research award for Design with Dredge.  Watch the video above for a synopsis of the research as well as other winners in the category.   Source: Videos | asla.org
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  For the third consecutive year in a row, Mahan Rykiel is the proud recipient of the Traveling Innovation Award for Project Birdland. In the research category, MRA also recieved a Merit Award for Design With Dredge, and in the design category, MRA received a merit award for the community-driven design of Eager Park.
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Anthem House wins 2017 Great American Living Awards top prize, Home of the Year. Source: GALA 2018: 2017 Winners | Great American Living Awards | Presented by NVBIA and MBIA
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Mahan Rykiel’s design research partnership with Maryland Port Authority, “Design with Dredge,” was featured on the cover of December’s Landscape Architecture Magazine (LAM), the national publication of the American Society of Landscape Architects established in 1910. Read entire article
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“I see it as a unique space for Baltimoreans from all over the city to come together and mix, mingle and play,” says Laurie Schwartz, president of the Waterfront Partnership.” Source: Rash Field re-do could be Baltimore’s glam spot of the future – Baltimore Business Journal
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The community gathered to create a habitat that includes more than 3,000 native plants. Source: ‘Project Birdland’ transforms Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School – Baltimore Sun
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Mahan Rykiel Associates and Partners Launch Project Birdland to tie STEM education to outdoor learning. August 31, 2017 at 4:52 pm Source: Baltimore School Builds Outdoor Habitat For Endangered Birds « CBS Baltimore
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