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The renovation of 40 senior housing units at Elm Grove Apartments was celebrated last week in West Hartford with a tour and ribbon cutting. TO Design provided site design for this year-long project.
We've recently received approvals from various municipal boards for the new Park Street Library in Hartford.
New Britain celebrated the opening of the Borinqueneers/65th Regiment Memorial Park on Veterans Day. TO Design is proud to have contributed to the design of this site.
Due to the diligence and hard work of TO Design and the design team, new housing projects are moving forward with the CHFA and DOH funding application process.
TO Design donated the the Hurricane Maria relief fund. Here's how you can help too.
We’re excited to announce that Principal Phil Barlow will be speaking at the upcoming “Designing Green Roofs & Plazas” symposium. This event will be hosted by the Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects on Thursday, September 28th at The Hartford Club.
TO Design is excited to announce the award of a new project: renovation of the Toquam Magnet Elementary School playgrounds in Stamford, CT. Considering TO Design's passion for creating meaningful and stimulating play spaces for children, this project is an important win for us.
A few weeks ago, Taylor Richards joined the TO Design team as the new Marketing Assistant. She comes to us as a recent graduate of Southern Connecticut State University where she earned her Bachelor's of Science in Journalism. Taylor will be responsible for the firm’s communications, social media presence, and website management.
Read more about her in our employee page here!
Twelve planters line Bishop's Corner in West Hartford thanks to donations from TO Design and other local businesses. This donation marks our 21st act of charity as part of our 30 for 30 years campaign to aid our community.
Honoring Our Veterans
This past Tuesday, the City of New Britain celebrated Memorial Day. TO Design did our part to remember those brave military servicemen and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in protecting the freedoms of our country. In honor of our Veterans, we purchased 30 flags from the Suburban Women's Club of New Britain in support of their annual "Flags on the Green" campaign. They were placed in the Franklin Square Green for Memorial Day, and later donated to local Veterans’ organizations.