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The overhaul of the 7.5-acre Inner Harbor park is expected to be completed by spring 2021. Mahan Rykiel is excited to announce that the new design of the Rash Field Pavilion has won the approval of Baltimore’s Urban Design & Architecture Advisory Panel, concluding the design review process.  Construction is slated to begin January 2020....
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(L-R: Robert Ramsdell (Great Lakes Dredge and Dock), Bob Wetta (DSC Dredge), Brian Davis (Cornell University), Isaac Hametz (Mahan Rykiel), and Marcel Hermans (Port of Portland & WEDA President and Chair)   The Western Dredging Association and DSC Dredge LLC have awarded Mahan Rykiel Research Director Isaac Hametz, and Brian Davis (Cornell University) with the...
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(Baltimore, MD) Mahan Rykiel Associates (MRA), Baltimore based landscape architecture, urban design, and planning firm, won two awards from the Maryland Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (MD ASLA) on Friday night at the awards ceremony held at the Vollmer Center at Cylburn Arboretum.   In the unbuilt category, MRA received a Merit Award...
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Shopping - Placemaking in Ballston Virginia
Rendering courtesy of client, Forest City.Its exciting to see the Ballston Quarter redevelopment nearing completion and already getting recognized for the forward thinking strategies focusing on the public realm.Brookfield Senior Vice President Will Voegele said it best in the recent Bisnow Washington article, Inside Ballston Quarter, The $330M Mall Redevelopment That Shows Where Retail Is...
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Mahan Rykiel’s Design with Dredge research has been published in Landscape Architecture Frontiers, an international publication out of China.Below is a synopsis of what the article covers: Situated at the water’s edge and in former wetlands of the Chesapeake Bay, the Port of Baltimore is part of a complex estuarine environment where legacies of labor,...
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MRA is excited to be a part of the Northgate-Dutra team to explore solutions to sediment build-up at the Conowingo Dam! Managing sediment in the Chesapeake Bay watershed is a critical issue that touches on a range of landscape issues including economic development, environmental stewardship, and community resiliency. Stay tuned!Maryland officials said Monday they expect...
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In the photo above, Mahan Rykiel joins the Turner Station community as they survey Fleming Park site, a project intended to promote community and climate resiliency.  Across the water you can see the remnants of the original piles for a boardwalk that served the historically African american community. Today, we are building off of this...
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