A Naturalized Inter-Campus Connector in Ft. Worth


A National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) and Landscape Contractors Association (LCA) award-winning project. This project is a 258-acre corporate campus located in Fort Worth, Texas. The new campus joins an existing set of training, museum and administrative buildings and brings together nearly 12,000 people to create one connected campus. A key part of the customer’s vision for the site was unifying its employees and creating more collaborative, nimble teams. Our piece of that—known as The Mobility Project—was an 8.3-mile path which was designed to connect people throughout the campus while enhancing their ability to join together and collaborate with unique amenity, work and collaboration spaces along the way. Additional focus centered around preserving the overall ecology of the site, which sits in the Blackland Prairie region of North Texas, and environmental sustainability.

Project Scope

To bring this project to fruition, we performed 670,000 SF of fine grading, installed 60,000 SF (each) of graded aggregate base, subslab and flagstone pavers; 8,000 LF of drainage; 1100 tons of drainage stone; 40 tons of rip rap; 20 tons of bull rock; 1500 tons of decorative boulders; 500 SF of granite pavers; 18,000 SF of decomposed granite; 3200 CY of soil; 64,000 SF of soil fabric and 10,000 SF of erosion control blanket; 1500 SF of steel/ipe decking, 13 cart path canopies; 10,000 LF of edging; 12 acres of turf; 2300 trees; 3900 shrubs, 51,000 perennials, 516,000 SF of wildflowers,1500 CY of mulch; and an irrigation system that with over 18 miles of main/lateral lines, over 22.5 miles of drip lines.