The City of Austin commissioned TBG to plan and design a 54-acre park centered on Lady Bird Lake.
The master plan employs pedestrian connections and vehicular circulation to integrate the park with
downtown and adjacent neighborhoods. TBG’s landscape design features a main promenade that TOWN LAKE PARK
links a series of elements including a children’s sculptural garden, water features, a common lawn
and an observation hill with 360 degree views of Austin.
As the centerpiece of the 90-acre Granite Park development in Plano, Granite Park III consists of a 14-
story Class AA Office Tower, with adjacent structured parking and 45,000 square feet of retail. TBG
developed a series of tiered lakes giving the illusion of a perch that gracefully elevates the building’s GRANITE PARK
exterior and complements the tiered water steps formulating the lobby’s forecourt.
Bastrop County, TX
+ 251 acres reserve
Main entry sequence
Pools with lazy river
Open space & trails
Identified by its regional setting and successful integration of native vegetation, TBG’s design for
the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort delivers a serene resort experience complete with a lazy river, HYATT REGENCY
both active and adult pools and an extensive trail system connecting the resort to McKinney Roughs
Nature Park. TBG developed a site program that successfully punctuates the resort’s amenities
LOST PINES RESORT
including an 18-hole golf course and a world-class spa. TBG’s landscape design boasts views of the AND SPA
Colorado River and meticulously selected native plants accented by existing heritage pecan trees.
Front photo courtesy
of Hyatt Regency.
4,500 residential units
27-hole golf course
Parks & open space
TIF investment zone
Utilizing the principles of New Urbanism, TBG developed a plan and landscape design for Plum Creek,
a 2,200-acre walkable, mixed-use community in Kyle. The resulting, integrated community offers
life cycle housing, excellent schools, employment opportunities, neighborhood retail and medical
services, and a parks and open space system that establishes extensive communal connectivity. TBG
is currently planning the community’s commercial district where a future transit center will make
Plum Creek an attractive stop for the proposed Austin-San Antonio Intermunicipal Commuter Rail.
The Woodlands, TX
Derived from nostalgia for mid-century, small town America, TBG’s design for Market Street cre-
ated a city center for The Woodlands. Through meticulous consideration of circulation factors, TBG
developed a pedestrian-oriented cityscape utilizing native plants as buffers for two tiers of circula- MARKET STREET AT
tion. By incorporating a common lawn, known as Central Park, stylized courtyards and interactive
water features, TBG reinforced the initial storyline instituting this city center’s unique character
and punctuating Market Street’s essential purpose.
DELL CHILDREN’S MEDICAL CENTER OF CENTRAL TEXAS
TBG’S landscape design for Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas fosters a curative
environment for children. The design creates interior and exterior landscapes that radiate vitality DELL CHILDREN’S
and set a new standard for green development in hospital design. By incorporating six ecoregions
encompassed by the 46 counties the hospital serves, TBG articulates a welcoming communal identity
in its playful design. The Center is seeking LEED® Platinum certification and, if awarded, it will be OF CENTRAL TEXAS
the only Platinum medical facility in the world.