Weston & Sampson recently completed a master planning process, which included a pop-up tent and display at an outdoor event, on-line survey, numerous public engagement sessions and meetings with a half dozen stakeholder groups.
The Boston Parks and Recreation Department commissioned Weston & Sampson to develop a creative, innovative, and flexible master plan for the revitalization of Boston Common.
Multi-disciplinary master planning effort at historic Peddocks Island in Boston Harbor.
Master plan for open space at Harambee Park, including active and passive recreation.
Master plan for Prescott Park and nearby Four Tree Island including design, engineering, and climate resiliency considerations.
Department of Conservation and Recreation
Consulting services to develop a Riverbank Vegetation Management Plan for the DCR’s Charles River Basin.
Comprehensive athletic fields master plan for the Town of Walpole.
Landscape architecture, engineering, and planning services to update the 2008 Ninigret Park Master Plan.
“Stone Soup,” authored by Cheri Ruane, FASLA, explores the concept of resilient parks and their significance in mitigating climate change impacts, one step at a time.
Weston & Sampson is pleased to announce Cheri Ruane, FASLA has been named one of 10 recipients of a 2022 Pinnacle Award by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.
Weston & Sampson’s Cheri Ruane and John Frey were featured in High Profile magazine on landscape architecture’s ability to mitigate climate change.
Weston & Sampson is ranked #1 In a summary of the current largest landscape architecture firms in Massachusetts, according to Boston Business Journal (BBJ).
Weston & Sampson has been selected as a winner of one of EBJ’s 2020 Business Achievement Awards for climate resilient design at Langone Park & Puopolo Playground in Boston.
Weston & Sampson professionals participate in a panel sponsored by American Trails titled “Brownfields to Trails: Steps to Success” on January 28, 2021.
Is there anything better than play? Cheri Ruane, FASLA joins the Design Museum’s “Design is Everywhere” podcast, and dives into the world of play.