The Sustainable Landscape Project spanning the HP campus in Corvallis, Oregon is nearly complete.
Stack Rock Group’s scope of design on this project included:
Converting 28.41 acres of maintenance-intensive and water-loving turf to a native seed mix requiring far less maintenance and water
Improving the employee courtyard and adding the big HP logo
Adding patio spaces for meetings, meals, and enjoying outside
Incorporating concrete pads that spell HP in Morse Code
Expanding the disc golf course from 9 holes to 18 holes
Improving the community garden
Improving entryway planters by adding native plants
Improving parking lot islands by adding native plants
Check out this article by The Sustainable SITES Initiative on the SITES Certified HP Campus in Boise, Idaho. Here is some additional information on the Stack Rock Group website. *Also designed by Stack Rock Group.
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