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  • TO Design Visits SWIFT Factory

    08/31/2016


    On Thursday, TO Design visiting the historic SWIFT Factory in Hartford to tour the factory and grounds. Led by Patrick McKenna of Community Solutions, we were guided on the remarkable journey of this once thriving gold leaf factory. Plans are underway to revive this historic site into a community asset providing jobs, a community food center and health services to area residents. TO Design is proud to be part of the team providing site design services.

    Check out pictures of our SWIFT Factory Tour.

  • TO Design Takes to the Road

    07/21/2016


    On Wednesday, Phil,  Mark, Jon, and Tharyn explored Boston to experience the latest in park and play environment design. They visited the Rose Kennedy Greenway and the Boston Society of Architects (BSA) exhibit "Extraordinary Playscapes" at the Boston Architectural Center (BAC).

  • New Housing Development Approved

    07/12/2016


    Thanks to the efforts of the entire project team, Liberty Place, a new 21-unit affordable living complex was approved last night by the Town of Clinton P&Z Commission. (TO Design, LLC, Paul B. Bailey Architects, Brad Schide, LLC development consultant, Civil 1, REMA Ecological Services, LLC, KWH Enterprise, LLC traffic engineers, and  HMR&S, LLC attorneys.)

  • TO Design Plants a Tree

    04/29/2016


    As a local New Britain business who focuses on the landscape and environment, we donated and planted a tree today on the west side of our office at 114 West Main Street (the Old Post Office Plaza). As landscape architects, we planted in observance of Arbor Day and in honor of Frederick Law Olmsted (the father of landscape architecture and designer of Walnut Hill Park).

  • Grand Opening of Liberty Gardens

    02/11/2016


    On Tuesday, February 9, 2016, Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin celebrated the grand opening of affordable housing at Liberty Gardens. 

  • Holiday Party Fun

    12/22/2015


    2015 TO Design, LLC Holiday Party Luncheon at Max's Downtown.  A great time was had by all!  Lots of laughs, delicious food and a wonderful atmosphere shared with great people.  Looking forward to 2016!!

  • CT ASLA Newest Trustee

    11/16/2015


    Phil Barlow was recently elected by the CT Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects as their new Trustee, and will act as a liaison between the local chapter and national organization. The Trustee is elected by the Chapter membership to serve as their representative to the National society. The Board of Trustees establishes policies and priorities, provides fiduciary oversight, and monitors the budget of the national organization.

    Please join us in congratulating Phil on this important designation!

     

  • Discover New Britain Bike Tour

    09/28/2015


    TO Design's Phil Barlow supports the Discover New Britain Bike Tour sponsored by the City of New Britain and Bike Walk CT on Sunday, September 27, 2015.  Approximately 250 cyclists made the trek from Walnut Hill Park to Batterson Park, and through the historic "Little Poland" neighborhood.  The tour featured 10-mile, 25-mile and 50-mile routes, and ended with brunch on the patio of the New Britain Museum of American Art, a newly bike-friendly city landmark.

     

  • Winding Trails Master Plan

    07/28/2015


    Master planning is as much about people and process as it is about product. In the summer of 2015, TO Design, LLC had the pleasure of working with the staff and membership of Winding Trails in Farmington to produce a master plan that will guide them in the coming decade. 

  • Promotion of Mark W. Fisher

    07/1/2015


    We are pleased to announce the promotion of Mark W. Fisher to Principal.  Mark, who started as a draftsman and rose through the ranks at TO Design, has been a dedicated member of our team for over 14 years. His commitment and creativity have helped position our company as a leader in the design of municipal, school, and affordable housing projects.  Mark is also a dedicated volunteer in the Hartford community and the West End neighborhood in which he resides. His signature projects include:

    • Wethersfield High School, Wethersfield
    • Sigourney Park Renovations, Hartford
    • Streetscape Improvements to Broad Street, New Britain
    • Willow Street Park, New Britain
    • Sport and Medical Sciences Academy, Hartford

    Please join us in congratulating Mark and wishing him continued success!

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