July is National Parks and Recreation Month.

Parks are at the center of many people’s experiences and memories, offering a place to gather with family, friends, and community.

Parks are also hubs for history and culture, making it essential to protect and preserve them for future generations.

Recently, we’ve witnessed local and national parks impacted by natural disasters. From wildfires raging throughout Yosemite National Park, to severe flooding in Yellowstone, and historic droughts in Lake Mead and Lake Powell, the damage continues to pose a long road to recovery for people, wildlife, infrastructure, and businesses.

Climate change is the greatest threat to our parks, making it essential to rebuild and proactively develop sustainable buildings and infrastructure.

Sustainable buildings help achieve greater energy efficiency, reduce the consumption of natural resources, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Throughout the years, we’ve been proud to help create sustainable, resilient spaces for individuals and communities to enjoy while protecting our local and national parks like Midtown Park, Franklin Park, and San Juan Island's National Historic Park.

Looking for support on a park project? Get in touch.

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