Sherwood is working on a project with Presidio Trust Transportation Department and GGNPC to improve San Francisco’s Lincoln Boulevard. The project entails widening and improvements related to integrated bike paths, as well as safety measures such as creating consistent road and shoulder widths. Read the rest of this entry »
Sherwood invites you to our Open House and inaugural art exhibition at our new space at 58 Maiden Lane, San Francisco!
Our newly renovated office space, in the heart of Union Square, provides Sherwood with a number of positive changes including twice the studio space, proximity to our clients, public transit connectivity, LEED Gold standard interiors, large windows to the neighborhood, and a dedicated collaboration zone shared with the reincarnation of LiquidSPACES: Sherwood Gallery. Read the rest of this entry »
The Orange County Great Park, with its 1,347-acre master plan, is the focal point of the redevelopment of the 4,700-acre former Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro. Phase 1 of development includes the 28-acre South Lawn, including extensions to the Ken Smith-envisioned timeline and a first of its kind large scale overland stormwater harvesting system for reuse as irrigation. Among many of the forward thinking sustainability goals of the project, Sherwood is working is to decrease the irrigation demands of the park and reuse as much water on site as possible. The Park will be harvesting and storing all available onsite and offsite runoff in a series of design-oriented storage basins. Stormwater from these basins will then be treated and reused for irrigation, with the aim of reducing the reclaimed water use significantly. One of the project’s goals is to be a new model for water resources planning within the LA basin. Read the rest of this entry »
Sherwood is developing a new Visitor Center at the entrance to San Francisco’s Lands End, a Golden Gate National Park landmark. The shoreline trails attract more than one million visitors a year with breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, Point Reyes and the Pacific Ocean. Construction began last May on a new center that will include informational exhibits describing the area’s rich cultural and natural history, park-related retail, and a café. In addition to these indoor exhibits, several exterior interpretive elements will be placed around the restored site. Read the rest of this entry »