Latest Commercial Projects

 A few weeks ago we we're finally able to share the exciting news of our involvement on the Property Brothers, but we also wanted to share the other amazing projects we are involved with. More exciting projects announcements to come.

Commodore Perry Estates, Austin Texas

 Nearly a century old, the Commodore Perry Estate has taken many forms: showpiece Italianate mansion, school campus, and an event space listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Now converted into Auberge Resorts Collection’s first “urban escape,” the 10-acre Hancock property is unveiling it’s glamorous makeover on June 29, 2020.

To help keep the area eco-friendly, urban, clean and stable, they incorporated CORE Gravel & Grass Foundations throughout their landscape.


A Gathering Place for Tulsa- Adventure Playground

A Gathering Place for Tulsa, OK is the largest public park project ever built exclusively with public funds. We are proud to be part of this exciting new project. Over 25,000 sq. ft. of CORE foundations can be found in the Sensory Gardens, Picnic Grove, and Swing Hill! If you are ever in the area, The Gathering Place for Tulsa- Adventure Playground is a must-visit! Our foundations allow the park to be accessible to everyone with ADA compliance.

Wellesley College Science Center (2021)

Wellesley College is situated on a historic campus designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., the existing Science Center was constructed in the 1920s and expanded in later decades to accommodate new research programs. SOM conducted a thorough analysis of the complex to determine how to reconcile disparate buildings, while making the most of one of the college's most cherished assets—its historic landscape. The plan will modernize existing infrastructure, while creating new spaces to sustain Wellesley's position at the forefront of science education.

The design concept envisions the Science Center as a "living laboratory," with strong connections to the surrounding landscape. It will link existing facilities on Science Hill—including the observatory, the Global Flora greenhouse project, the arboretum, and the botanic gardens—to create a "village" of science programs. The design opens up the fortress-like buildings to the outdoors, and also introduces two new gardens that will be used for scientific and ecological pedagogy.