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Here you will find information about different events and news surrounding Floura Teeter Landscape Architects.

Floura Teeter is excited to announce we are now HUBZone certified. Read more.

Floura Teeter was awarded two MD ASLA Awards at the 2020 Virtual Awards Gala. Read more.

Groundbreaking for Middle Branch Fitness and Wellness Center set for September 21st. Read more.

The Calvin & Tina Tyler Hall is the newest addition to Morgan State’s campus. Read more.

Demolition work begins on Lexington Market’s Arcade structure to make way for a new outdoor plaza. Read more.

Phase 1 of the Middle Branch Fitness & Wellness Center is slated for summer 2020 groundbreaking. Read more.

The design team for the CMSC Addition and Renovation at Hopkins Hospital presents revised design plans at UDAAP. Read more.

Floura Teeter is proud to announce the promotion of Jonathan Gemmell to Associate. Read more.

The Lexington Market redevelopment officially broke ground on February 18th. Read more.

A $40 million financing package for the redevelopment of Lexington Market is in place. Read More.

Floura Teeter serves as the landscape architect for the new Johns Hopkins research tower. Read More.

Joan Floura participated in a panel discussion as part of the 2019 ULI Fall Meeting. Read More.

Floura Teeter provided pro bono design services for the new interactive play and learn space for the Ben Center. Read More.

For PARK(ing) Day 2019, we are celebrating the Baltimore neighborhood we call home, Mount Vernon. Read More.

Floura Teeter is working with Seawall Development and BCT Architects on redevelopment plans for Lexington Market. Read More.

Floura Teeter worked with Corporate Office Properties Trust on the redesign of the entry plaza for 250 W. Pratt Street. Read More.

Floura Teeter applauds our team’s commitment to professional development through the addition of new certifications and expanded licensure. Read More.

Throughout the month of October you can find our staff out and about sharing their knowledge and experience. Read More.

In June 2018 you can find our staff sharing their knowledge and expertise at the Association for Community Design (ACD) Conference, ACD41 Reverberations: the Roots and Relevance of Community Design. Read More.

Floura Teeter was the landscape architect for several projects in the Remington neighborhood, collectively the Remington Renaissance, which was honored with a Merit Award from the Maryland Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects (MDASLA). Read More.

Floura Teeter is thrilled to announce Highlandtown Community Association has been selected as the winner of our fifth annual Community Grows Here (CGH) contest! Read More.

Decided by a panel of judges, our 2018 finalists include: The Highlandtown Community Association, The 6th Branch, and The Women’s Housing Coalition. Read More.

Established in 2014, Floura Teeter’s Community Grows Here initiative identifies and supports one local non-profit with pro bono services or financial or volunteer support for an entire year. Read More.

Floura Teeter is proud to announce new certifications, as well as new additions to the team. Read More.

Floura Teeter Landscape Architects, Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of two new branch offices in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Read More.

On Friday, September 15th, Floura Teeter will transform metered spots near the corner of N. Charles and Madison Streets into a camp-inspired curbside park. Read More.

Floura Teeter was the lead landscape architect for Frederick Douglass Square at the University of Maryland. Read More.

Floura Teeter is pleased to announce several members of our staff have achieved new professional certifications. Read More.

Floura Teeter announces the promotion of Megan Maffeo to Senior Associate. Read More.

On Friday September 16th, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Floura Teeter will participate in the annual worldwide movement known as PARK(ing) Day. Read More.

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