• Phil Barlow elected as the new chairman of the State Board of Landscape Architects.  

     
 

 

  • Promotion of Mark Fisher to Principal.  

  • Phil Barlow elected as the Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects Trustee.

  • TO Design adds professional creditials - Phil Barlow earned American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification and Mary Dehais earned Certfied Accredited Nursery Professionals (CANP) certification.

   
 

 

  • The firm returns to its roots - concentrating solely on landscape architecture and urban design.  

  • Office renovations and upgrades completed.

  • Jon Tunsky joins the firm.

   

 

 

  • Kerrine Catucci joins the firm.

     
 

 

  • Mary Dehais joins the firm.

  • Celebrated 25th Anniversary.

 

   
 

 

  • Awarded first on-call contract with the City of New Britain.

 

   
 

 

  • Office moved to New Britain, Connecticut.

  • Received first national design award from the National Concrete Masonry Association for Art Alley project in the City of New Britain.

 

   
 

 

  • Mark Fisher joins the firm.

     
 

 

  • Joined The Hartford Team to provide landscape architecture services at Hartford's Learning Corridor - a project which later received a design award from the Connecticut Chapter of American Institute of Architects.

   
         

 

  • Awarded first-ever on-call contract for landscape architecture services with the City of Hartford.

  • Formed strategic alliance with Ferrero Hixon Associates.

  • Began work with the City of New Britain to design the $4M Arch Walkway project, which was the first of many projects at the Frederick Law Olmsted-designed Walnut Hill Park.

  • Received first of many awards from the Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.

   
         

 

  • TO Design began to offer civil engineering services, eliminating the need for outside consultants.

   
         

 

  • Began work at Renbrook School in West Hartford, Connecticut. Projects continue for 12 years.

   
 

 

  • Began work with Hartford Public Schools (Expansion and Renovation of the Thurman Milner Elementary School).

   
         

 

  • Office moved to Hartford, Connecticut.

  • Began work on affordable urban housing.

   
         

 

  • Founded in Simsbury, Connecticut by Phil Barlow.

  • Early work included freelance assignments for Donald Planning and Development, Evans and Chisholm landscape architects, and historic preservation work with Dave Ranson/Greg Andrews.