HILLTOP PARK RECEIVES CIVIL ENGINEERING AWARD  October 1, 2018 – The recent $6.7 million renovation that transformed an underused park in the Bayview into a sought-after, multi-purpose public space for people of all ages has been selected by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) San Francisco chapter as its Outstanding Parks and Recreation Project, the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department announced today.  The Hilltop Park Renovation Project team was honored at the ASCE’s San Francisco Section meeting at the San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center. The team included the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department; The Trust for Public Land; community groups Parks 94124 and Hunters Point Family; Langan Engineering and Environmental Services; Miller Company Landscape Architects Inc., Robert A. Bothman Construction; and construction manager Mack5.  Located at the highest point in the Bayview District, the park was originally constructed in 1979. Renovations began in late November 2015 and were completed just under a year later. Hilltop’s updated features include the 70-foot sundial amphitheater and plaza, a new skateboard park replacing the former “dish,” two new playgrounds, additional seating, picnic and barbeque areas, an adult fitness and meditation area and accessible pathways.  FULL ARTICLE CAN BE READ HERE .

HILLTOP PARK RECEIVES CIVIL ENGINEERING AWARD

October 1, 2018 – The recent $6.7 million renovation that transformed an underused park in the Bayview into a sought-after, multi-purpose public space for people of all ages has been selected by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) San Francisco chapter as its Outstanding Parks and Recreation Project, the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department announced today.

The Hilltop Park Renovation Project team was honored at the ASCE’s San Francisco Section meeting at the San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center. The team included the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department; The Trust for Public Land; community groups Parks 94124 and Hunters Point Family; Langan Engineering and Environmental Services; Miller Company Landscape Architects Inc., Robert A. Bothman Construction; and construction manager Mack5.

Located at the highest point in the Bayview District, the park was originally constructed in 1979. Renovations began in late November 2015 and were completed just under a year later. Hilltop’s updated features include the 70-foot sundial amphitheater and plaza, a new skateboard park replacing the former “dish,” two new playgrounds, additional seating, picnic and barbeque areas, an adult fitness and meditation area and accessible pathways. FULL ARTICLE CAN BE READ HERE.

 JEWISH NEWS WRITES ABOUT RINGOLD ALLEY’S “LEATHER MEMOIR”  June 21, 2018 – SF Pride is happening this weekend and J News wrote a piece about our permanent art installation in Ringold Alley, which honors the leather culture within the LGBTQ community. Full story can be read  here .

JEWISH NEWS WRITES ABOUT RINGOLD ALLEY’S “LEATHER MEMOIR”

June 21, 2018 – SF Pride is happening this weekend and J News wrote a piece about our permanent art installation in Ringold Alley, which honors the leather culture within the LGBTQ community. Full story can be read here.

 GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY HELD AT CASA ADALENTE, 100% AFFORDABLE HOUSING AT 1296 SHOTWELL ST.  June 20, 2018 – Miller Company is proud to be the landscape architect working with Mission Economic Development Agency, Chinatown Community Development, and Herman Coliver Locus Architects to design Casa Adelante, the first 100% affordable senior housing development to be built in the Mission District in ten years. Located at 1296 Shotwell Street, this project will provide 90 units of affordable senior housing (twenty of which are for formerly homeless seniors) and will feature a ground level garden, rooftop terrace garden, and enhanced streetscape. Olinda Orellana, Community Leader and Senior Advocate, addressed the crowd assembled at the  groundbreaking event  to honor this important project.

GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY HELD AT CASA ADALENTE, 100% AFFORDABLE HOUSING AT 1296 SHOTWELL ST.

June 20, 2018 – Miller Company is proud to be the landscape architect working with Mission Economic Development Agency, Chinatown Community Development, and Herman Coliver Locus Architects to design Casa Adelante, the first 100% affordable senior housing development to be built in the Mission District in ten years. Located at 1296 Shotwell Street, this project will provide 90 units of affordable senior housing (twenty of which are for formerly homeless seniors) and will feature a ground level garden, rooftop terrace garden, and enhanced streetscape. Olinda Orellana, Community Leader and Senior Advocate, addressed the crowd assembled at the groundbreaking event to honor this important project.

 SHANGHAI DELEGATION VISITS MILLER COMPANY  June 15, 2018 – Many thanks to the delegation from Shanghai who came to tour our work in SF! We visited L-7 Apartments, One Henry Adams, Potrero Heights, and Lafayette Park!

SHANGHAI DELEGATION VISITS MILLER COMPANY

June 15, 2018 – Many thanks to the delegation from Shanghai who came to tour our work in SF! We visited L-7 Apartments, One Henry Adams, Potrero Heights, and Lafayette Park!

 ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN URBAN DESIGN FEATURING RINGOLD ALLEY LEATHER MEMOIR  February 7, 2018 – George Loew, one of our landscape designers here at Miller Company, recently had an article published in Urban Design's winter issue. The article covers the  Ringold Alley Leather Memoir  we built last summer discussing the installation process and the LGBTQ history of the area. Read the entire piece  here .

ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN URBAN DESIGN FEATURING RINGOLD ALLEY LEATHER MEMOIR

February 7, 2018 – George Loew, one of our landscape designers here at Miller Company, recently had an article published in Urban Design's winter issue. The article covers the Ringold Alley Leather Memoir we built last summer discussing the installation process and the LGBTQ history of the area. Read the entire piece here.