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We've moved! After decades in Manhattan, we're enjoying our new view of Long Island Sound from up in New Rochelle. We haven't gone too far, though, we're just a 30-minute train ride to Grand Central. So we hope to see you here soon!

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Happy New Year!

Our team enjoyed some food and fun before the holidays.

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Antique Gardening Tools to be Displayed at the Met

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Mark K Morrison is collaborating with The Metropolitan Museum of Art to herald the coming of spring with an exhibition, Public Parks, Private Gardens: Paris to Provence, which will be on view from March 6 through July 29, 2018.

Construction TO BEGIN on NEW GREEN ROOF IN MANHATTAN

MKM is working with Studios Architecture to transform the terrace and roofs of the top two floors of an office building at 150 5th Avenue into an inviting and functional outdoor area for meetings and relaxation for future tenants.  The MKM design incorporates understory trees and hedges for area separation; perennials and grasses to soften parapet conditions and to support pollinators; and a meadow on a roof saddle that surrounds a glass room on the top floor.  Plans are now complete and construction will begin shortly.

Mark Morrison to Speak at Connecticut ASLA

Mark K Morrison has been invited to present at the CTASLA's Green Roof Structures program to discuss his extensive experience planting and designing green roofs in NYC. He is scheduled to speak at the Connecticut chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects on Thursday, September 28 at the Hartford Club in Hartford, CT. Registration is open at CTASLA.

Bilkent Student Residences Construction has Begun

At Turkey's Bilkent University, construction has begun on the foundation and on MKM's design for the green infrastructure beneath the Quad. The green infrastructure is designed to accommodate all the stormwater from the roofs of the new student residence building as well as stormwater runoff originating from the surrounding existing structures.

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