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When the Hamline Church experienced water intrusion issues, DRG was called in to build a green infrastructure project that converted parking lot spaces into a greenway path that annually absorbs 190,000 gallons of stormwater.
DRG transformed a barren stormwater basin into a thriving ecosystem and trail system at Culver Park in Homer Glen, Illinois.
Davey Resource Group mixed aesthetics and function by installing a specialized tree trench system to address stormwater management and encourage public use of the space at the entrance to Maplewood Community Center.
DRG helped the City of Hobart in Indiana control erosion at several sites using a suite of best management practices.
Davey Resource Group went above and beyond expectations while helming a 5-year contract with the Greater Cincinnati Metropolitan Sewer District to maintain two green infrastructure stormwater control measures in the city.
Davey Resource Group used gray and green infrastructures to solve stormwater issues at the Graduate Conference Center in Ohio.
DRG provided turn-key environmental services at all phases of development for Brunswick Forest, a 4,600 acre planned community in Leland, North Carolina, including wetland delineation, groundwater monitoring, and permit compliance.
Starting in 2007, Davey Resource Group conducted rare species monitoring and protection services and habitat management at the Sea Girt National Guard Training Center in New Jersey.
The Cuyahoga County Public Library has 27 branches, each with unique landscaping and grounds management needs. Davey’s multi-division collaboration makes sure each branch’s needs are met.
DRG helped Holloway Ponds HOA install an environmentally-sustainable alternative to traditional landscaping through a series of raingardens. DRG’s design plan was developed to eliminate turf, reduce stormwater runoff from the adjacent road, and support a variety of pollinator species.