SGA Principal, Timothy Stromberg speaks at the University of Maryland’s Department of Landscape Architecture on SGA’s current large scale urban waterfront projects including the firm’s work studying 28 miles of the Ohio River near Pittsburgh and the firm’s U.S. EPA project along the Greenbrier River in West Virginia.  A major focus of the lecture is […]
This educational session will be a technical overview of the various legal and planning aspects of addressing the challenges that often exist with corporate “moth-balling” of properties. Many communities are struggling with larger corporate owners that may have ended-up owning property in a town through a series of corporate mergers, with little or no interest […]
SGA Principal Sean Garrigan will be part of a panel session entitled “Funding and Partnerships to Achieve Sustainable Redevelopment” at this year’s Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association’s Annual Conference to be held in the City of Lancaster, PA on October 5th, 2010. The focus of the session will be redeveloping formerly used properties […]
SGA Principal Timothy Stromberg speaks at the University of Maryland’s Department of Landscape Architecture on SGA’s recent waterfront master planning and design projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region. An emphasis of his lecture focused on the ecological and cultural aspects of redeveloping urban brownfield sites along major urban waterways.
Often referred to as the “Main Line” and one of the largest townships in Pennsylvania, Lower Merion Township is located adjacent to the City of Philadelphia and includes the noted historic villages of Ardmore, Bryn Mawr, Haverford and Bala-Cynwyd. SGA will be developing urban parks and public space strategies as part of the overall planning […]