Landscape Architecture Firm, AHBL, Plans to Grow
AHBL's landscape architecture group featured in the Spokane Journal of Business
The AHBL landscape team has made a home in Eastern Washington, where innovations in low-impact development techniques have earned regional attention.
Low-impact development, or green infrastructure, is a land-use planning and engineering design method of managing stormwater runoff that imitates the natural world, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
According to Director of Landscape Architecture, Craig Andersen,
“Finding more sustainable low-impact strategies for stormwater management is something that is a focus for the firm, and really has that benefit when we combine civil engineering and landscape architecture together,”
With recent projects such as Spokane Public School’s Shaw Middle School Replacement and a project for Wenatchee Valley College, AHBL’s Spokane Landscape Architecture studio is excited to continue integrating low-impact strategies for clients throughout Eastern Washington.