Multi-Phase Waterfront and Uptown Development Receives 2021 “Great Places” Recognition ALEXANDRIA, VA (6/22/21) – Rhodeside Harwell (RHI), a planning and landscape architecture firm with offices in Virginia and New York, has received two additional awards for planning and design projects along the Tar River in Greenville, N.C. The firm’s master plan for the 20-acre Town Common has earned a 2021 … Read more »
We strongly believe in creating human-scaled built form, leveraging the power of multidisciplinary thinking to artfully transform spaces. We are committed to making the ever-expanding urban realm more livable, beautiful, and functional. Our current urban design work encompasses a broad variety of projects, including small area plans, corridor plans, land use plans, transit-oriented development plans related to multimodal transportation projects, … Read more »
RHI/Rhodeside Harwell is thrilled to announce the promotion of five new Associate Principals – Derrick Wolbaum, Drew Taylor, Jennifer Koch, Rebecca May, and Sukirti Ghosh. With decades of combined experience covering countless sectors and cities, they’ve all grown together at the firm and are poised to keep RHI at the forefront of landscape architecture, planning, and urban design.
RHI is seeking to hire a Project Planner with 1-4 years of experience. Our current planning work encompasses a broad variety of projects, including comprehensive plans for large and small jurisdictions, land use plans related to multimodal transportation projects, small area plans, urban design guidelines, and public open space plans. In addition, our work focuses on creating forums and processes … Read more »
This year marks a monumental milestone for RHI/Rhodeside Harwell: Our 35th anniversary! Since the beginning, our directors Deana, Faye and Elliot, committed our practice to doing outstanding work no matter what the scale or importance of the project; to engage our clients and communities to plan and design meaningful and responsive projects; to create a studio environment that would be … Read more »