This project involved the development of a sustainable campus masterplan for the Illinois Math & Science Academy (IMSA), a public high school for students throughout the state of Illinois that display high levels of proficiency in math and/or science curriculum.
The Brook Forest Shoreline Stabilization site is located along Ginger Creek between Midwest Road and Regent Drive, in Oak Brook, IL. The project encompasses two pond shorelines and two stretches of Ginger Creek shoreline.
Patterson Technologies is a national company providing software solutions, equipment, and supplies to serve the dental health care profession. The design of their new corporate office building gives workers a flexible and sustainable work environment aligned with the company’s brand of being a trusted partner to healthcare providers.
Native Landscape Contractors, LLC performed a complete 20-acre wetland, upland and savanna restoration at Roxana Marsh in Gary, Indiana. We removed 12 acres of invasive cattails, Phragmites, and other invasive species as well as contaminated soil from the area. We installed native trees, shrubs, plants, and seed to make this site one of the most diverse areas in the Great Lake Basin.
This branch of Resource Bank in Shabbona, Illinois embraced their natural landscape and contracted ecology + vision, llc to create a master native landscaping plan for their property. Pizzo Native Plant Nursery, LLC supplied the plugs for this project and Native Landscape Contractors, LLC implemented the plan. Resource Bank of Shabbona now has its own piece of prairie.
ecology + vision, llc developed a vegetation monitoring protocol for the Chicago Park District’s natural area sites. The Park District’s selected pilot project in 2012 was the South Shore Nature Sanctuary on the south side of the city along the Lake Michigan shoreline.
This project is part of a roadside planting that was conducted in an effort to beautify Illinois’ roadsides with wildflower plantings. The project was planned in three small but highly visible areas at the Interstate 74 & N. Mattis Avenue overpass, totaling about one acre. The species list consisted of plants chosen so that there would be different wildflowers blooming from early spring to late fall.