2017 brought Site Resources together with students from Redeemer Classical Christian School to participate in the ACE (Architecture, Construction and Engineering) Mentor Program. The team focused on the modernization of Langsdale Library on the University of Baltimore campus.
Now in its twelfth year, Park(ing) Day continues to call attention to the need for more urban open space and to improve the quality of urban living. This year Site Resources’ and Live Green Landscape Associates’ “parking space” highlighted nature’s pollinators, their role in the proliferation of plant life, and how people can support and protect them.
Site Resources was honored by the Maryland Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (MD ASLA) with a Merit Award for its design of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County Library Pond. Originally designed in the late 1960’s, Library Pond has functioned as a fundamental node of the pedestrian campus core for decades.
Michael Fisher was recently honored by Penn State’s Department of Landscape Architecture as an outstanding alumnus. The Alumni Award was in recognition of his long history of giving back to his alma mater.