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Flower Mound Council OKs plan for Peters Colony Memorial Park. “It’s a different kind of park from what we’ve had in Flower Mound, so I’m hoping this will be a trend setter and that we can have more of these kinds of parks.” Read More. ...

The City of Dallas Fire Station 6 was recently awarded a 2019 Top Ten Award by Topping Out.  Fire Station 6 is unique in its achievement of a LEED Platinum rating. This site was not only designed to meet the highest sustainability ratings, but also...

"Hanover Property Co. in partnership with a local family launched development this week of a master-planned community in West Mansfield that will span nearly 900 acres and include more than 1,500 homes at full buildout." Read More. ...

Guernsey Lane Residence, "A Modern, Mexico-Inspired Retreat," is featured in the May/June issue of D Home magazine. The home's landscape was designed by MESA Principal, Mary Ellen Cowan. Read More. ...

Two MESA projects have been recognized for design excellence by the Texas Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). The winning projects include the Hackberry Creek Corridor Master Plan, Merit Award, Planning and Analysis; and Historic Downtown Ennis Streetscape, Merit Award, Design Unrealized. ...

Domain Memorial was recently honored with 2 awards from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). Awards include the Best in American Living Platinum Award for Development Up To 3 Stories, and the Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Award for Best Low-Rise Apartment Community. Winners...

Kevin Bernauer brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to MESA’s leadership team. Throughout his tenured career he has led an extensive variety of landscape architectural and planning projects from concept through construction. Kevin works closely with his clients and design team, developing unique design...

"On a fall Saturday morning, the community's love for Hackberry Creek went on full display. Portrait takers, dog walkers, and picnickers were among those using the parkland along the creek, while a troop leader led Boy Scouts on a nature walk, looking out for poison...