Parks and Open Spaces
Oasis Design Group has extensive experience designing public parks and open spaces. Spaces can be as small as a ½-acre urban vest-pocket park or ones spanning hundreds of acres. Oasis’ staff understand the various functions of parks and open spaces, whose amenities can include skate parks, dog parks, formal gardens, gathering areas, open spaces, or trails through ecological/nature areas. Because each project’s scale and intended users are different, Oasis is mindful that its designs reflect the needs of the users, whether for passive or active recreation, and the carrying capacity of the land.
- Has extensive experience across the nation in designing public parks and open spaces.
- Has proven-track record as being effective prime/leader of multidisciplinary teams with architects and engineers for various park projects.
- Completed a wide range of park designs and amenities that include wetlands, skate parks, dog parks, formal gardens, gathering areas, and trails through ecological/nature parks.
- Understands various functions of parks and open spaces.
Delaware Seashore State Park
Beautified and redesigned Delaware Seashore State Park after the realignment of a bridge and roadway approaches impacted the Park`s operations. Today, it is a major attraction and vacation destination for thousands of visitors each year. Continue reading
Clifton Park and Recreation Facilities
Oasis Design Group completed work in various planning and design capacities throughout the 260-acre park. The 260-acre Clifton Park is one of Baltimore`s largest urban parks and was officially established as a park in 1894. Clifton Park is the former estate of the late Johns Hopkins. Continue reading
Irvin Luckman Memorial Park
Oasis Design Group created a master plan for a major renovation of the 1970s era Park to rejuvenate the landscape and improve amenities for the community. Oasis` design reduced impervious areas and installed bioswales and nonrooftop disconnections to treat runoff to meet water quality standards of the Maryland Department of the Environment. Continue reading