St. Vincent De Paul
Site Master Plan developed to restore this 10-acre campus setting that features a hierarchy of arrival and meditative spaces with restored pavements and convenient pedestrian connections. Native landscaping for comfort and site character, efficient drainage concepts, and recommendations for a unified campus aesthetic were created. Included are safe vehicular access with an accessible “drop-off”. A passive prayer garden for outdoor masses, stone grotto to the Blessed Mother, a Rosary Garden and walking Stations of the Cross are incorporated into the site.
LED site lighting improvements added for safety and character. Amenities include benches, statues, railings and entrance sign that tie the architecture to the site.
Phase 1 and 2 completed during the Fall of 2012 and Spring of 2013. HLA was responsible for Design Development, Contract Documents, Bidding and Construction Review of all work. Project was completed within recommended schedule and proposed budget.