Landscape Architecture

MK’s landscape architecture services use and enhance the natural shape and characteristics of the environment. We see every property as a canvas from which our team develops a beautiful and functional landscape design. MK provides landscape designs and plant material recommendations that consider budget, maintenance, and the unique layout of your property. We are also able to assess and adapt to the natural resources of any site.

Our Unique Approach

Our landscape architecture provides high-quality planting plans for projects and campuses, incorporating the beauty of a thoughtfully designed landscape into the local regulatory requirements of a project. We seek to understand the intent and constraints of a site to create designs which honor the natural environment and context and work with the site engineering involved to maximize the potential of the property. We create creative, practical, functional, and sustainable landscape designs that will integrate a new project into the fabric of the existing context.

Anne Arundel County Public Schools Crofton Complex

Our civil engineering services were instrumental in the multi-facility campus of the Crofton Complex Master Plan and high school. The 154-acre site will house a high school, middle school, and elementary school.

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Baltimore City Public Schools / Maryland Stadium Authority Fairmount-Harford

From cost estimating the feasibility study to the civil engineering of the site to the proactive advocacy for the development of a IART credit bank with MDE, this project is an example of MK’s commitment to our clients.

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Johns Hopkins Bayview Campus Inpatient Tower

This study of the best way to enhance the Bayview Campus with a new Tower, involved four phases to limit disruption to the campus while delivering a world-class project.

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Community College of Baltimore County Center For Health Professions

CCBC's newest building will house all health-related academic programs. MK provided cost estimating support on this project from the very beginning, through the decision to demolish the existing damaged building and use the opportunity to unite the entire Health Professions program.

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