Look Park Fountain: Revitalizing the Past for the Future

Oct 20, 2017

Beginning in early 2017, The Berkshire Design Group signed on to assist Look Park in renovating the historic Frank Newhall Memorial Park Fountain located at the entrance to Look Park in Northampton, MA. The memorial fountain was built in the late 1920’s as a “monument” to celebrate the contributions and life of Frank Newhall Look. … Continue reading Look Park Fountain: Revitalizing the Past for the Future

Waggin Trails Dog Park Featured in the Boston Globe

Oct 19, 2017

Northampton’s future private dog park at Glendale Road was featured recently in the Boston Globe.  Envisioned by Sarah Schatz of Sarah’s Pet Services, Berkshire Design assisted in the design and permitting of the dog park.   Currently the project is beginning construction documents. The dog park seeks to connect dog owners to trails featuring New England … Continue reading Waggin Trails Dog Park Featured in the Boston Globe

Academy School Nature Playground: Successful Community Build Day

Oct 19, 2017

Last Saturday, Jeff Squire and Rachel Loeffler, Landscape Architects at Berkshire Design, teamed up with Cory Frehsee of Stevens and Associates, Chris Bell of Bellco Construction, and Academy School Parents and Volunteers led by Andy Paciulli, Principal of the Academy School.  Their mission: to complete Phase 1 of the Academy School’s new nature playground. The project … Continue reading Academy School Nature Playground: Successful Community Build Day

Miss Porter’s Admission School Published in LASN

Aug 25, 2017

Our work at Miss Porter’s School was featured in this month’s edition of Landscape Architecture and Specifier News. The work transformed a former grist mill, most recently a restaurant, into the new Admissions building for Miss Porter’s School in Farmington, CT. See Full article here (page 14) A building which stands the test of time may … Continue reading Miss Porter’s Admission School Published in LASN

A year later; a brighter future: Celebrating Nashawannuck Pond Promenade

Aug 14, 2017

A year later, the Nashawannuck Pond Promenade, is credited with a resurgence in Easthampton’s downtown.  Local businesses are seeing a direct correlation in the opening of the promenade and a spike in business and visits.  Recently the City installed wifi so you can have amazing views of the pond and the mountain range and stay … Continue reading A year later; a brighter future: Celebrating Nashawannuck Pond Promenade

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