Subdivision Entrances & Community Amenities


Master & Site Planning and Budgeting to Create a sense of arrival and place within a community.  Prepare Contract Documents (plans & specifications for competitive bidding)  Construction Layout and Details of all Site Features such as Entrance Signage, Fencing, Site Lighting, Irrigation, and Plantings.  Solicit Bids and Administer Construction for the

Owner to ensure compliance with Plans & Specs.

Lighthouse Lakes


Entrance Sign & Plantings




View of Left Side                                                                                      View of Right Side


LAS designed the entrance features for the site. Two curved masonry lighthouse walls from the entrance road and around the community name. Finger ponds and landscaped berms add attractive open space, provide habitat for birds, and buffer the community from the noise and commotion of the road.




The Reserves


Entrance Sign & Plantings




Aquascape                                                                                      Pergola at the Piazza


LAS was responsible for the Entrance signage features, aquascape pergola upon entering community, decorative street lights, and landscape & lighting.  LAS was also responsible for landscape and site management of contractors for developer.


Heritage Creek


LAS provided Design Development and Construction Documentation for Landscape Improvements. Entrance Improvements included a stacked stone entry wall with columns and two sign panels, Boulevard Plantings with Cross-Buck Fencing, and Accent Lighting.



Stonewater Creek




Community Recreation Area


LAS was responsible for the Preliminary & Master Plans and Construction Documents for this 600 Home Community's

Entrance and Community Recreation Area. Features for this Community included Entrance Signage, Lighting, Irrigation,

Swimming Pool Terrace, and Landscaping.




Pinehurst Village




LAS provided design development and construction documentation for site amenities for this subdivision. Entrance features included masonry columns with ornamental metal fencing, entrance sign, buffer, and ROW plantings.



Olde Mill Point




LAS was requested by the developer of Olde Mill Point subdivision to create an entrance to the community, utilizing natural stone walls and a genuine mill stone, with the look of a gated entrance without the associated costs. The Center Island of the entrance feature was enhanced with the genuine millstone, arched architectural fencing, and columns. The landscaping continued with native plantings and seasonal color.