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Sherwood Gallery Closing Reception this Thursday Night
April 30th, 2012 by Sherwood

Did you miss our gala opening of the Sherwood Gallery and Sherwood Engineers’ new office space? You can browse the party pictures to see what you missed; or you can feel free to join us for this Thursday, May 3rd for the closing reception of: (more…)

Golden Gate Overlook/Presidio Coastal Trail
April 26th, 2012 by Sherwood

Sherwood participated in the master planning for the Presidio Coastal Trail. One of the main goals of the Master Plan is to eventually connect the Golden Gate Bridge to Baker Beach with an uninterrupted multi-use trail. The segment recently constructed, known as The Golden Gate Overlook, involves a large viewing and sitting structure that looks down the spine of the Golden Gate Bridge. This project, which was funded by generous gifts from the Haas Fund and the Bechtel Foundation also includes a multi-use trail, bike path, access stairs and the expansion of the Merchant Road parking lot. (more…)

GGNPC Lands End Lookout Grand Opening this Saturday!
April 23rd, 2012 by Sherwood

You are enthusiastically invited to join us this Saturday, April 28, 2012 for a Community Celebration of the new Lands End Lookout Visitor Center: a landmark achievement in the revitalization of a national park! The Lookout, a project which we worked on with EHDD Architecture and Plant Construction, features exhibits and artifacts, interpretive merchandise, a café, restrooms, and “green” features throughout. It is part of the Parks Conservancy‘s larger project at Lands End to restore habitat, build trails and overlooks, and improve visitor amenities. (more…)

SANTA MONICA BORDERLINE
April 13th, 2012 by Sherwood

Sherwood worked with Nelson Nygaard to complete the design of a multi-block green streets project located at the edge of Santa Monica’s border with Venice, CA. The design implements a woonerf style livable street by incorporating multifunctional urban stormwater best management practices as well as low impact design philosophies into a pedestrian friendly design. (more…)

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