Fall Is for Planting

Yes, if you haven’t heard, fall is for planting.  With Mother Nature’s help, we are already seeing cooler temperatures and much needed rain.  For you weekend warriors looking to add fall interest into your landscapes, here are some ideas to get you inspired. Fall favorites Pull out your tired, buggy annual bed plants and consider … Read more

Court Suspends New EPA Water Rule

Today, we’re happy to share some good news with you! A federal appeals court has enacted a nationwide stay on Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations that would bring smaller bodies of water under federal jurisdiction.While this ruling is temporary, it has a huge victory for the building industry. What does this mean to you?   The … Read more

Look Inside the KOP Mall Expansion Corridor

The King of Prussia Mall expansion project is officially half way through construction. On June 30th the final steel beam was placed and we had the opportunity to tour the 1,100 foot long corridor constructed with 5,000 tons of steel.  Now we want to give you a sneak peek. Panoramic shot of the connector with … Read more

Villanova Gets OK for Its $225M Plan

After many years of hard work, we’re thrilled to see our project moving forward. After three years of negotiations, the Radnor Board of Commissioners finally approved Villanova University’s campus expansion plan — one of the largest of its kind in the township’s history. In a 4-2 vote taken on Monday, the commissioners gave the university the … Read more

Penn Medicine’s New $28M Center in Chester County

Penn Medicine’s new $28 million outpatient care center in southern Chester County.Penn Medicine has started seeing patients at its $28 million outpatient health-care center in southern Chester County. The 72,000-square-feet facility in West Grove, Pa., was developed by the health system in a partnership with Anchor Health Properties, a Wilmington, Del., health care development company. The … Read more

Meet Our New Hire: Brian

Brian Kelly was hired as a Landscape Designer and joins Nave Newell’s Land Planning and Landscape Architecture Department. A recent graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, he is enthusiastic and eager to apply his education to the real world environment.  We are excited that he has chosen Nave Newell as the place to begin his career and can … Read more

2015 Governor’s ImPAct Award Winner

We are very proud and excited to announce that Nave Newell was recognized as a recipient of the Small Business ImPAct Award in the Southeast Pennsylvania PREP Region. On May 21st, we traveled to Hershey along with over 2,000 other Pennsylvania companies for the 2015 Governor’s ImPAct Awards, a signature awards program that celebrates companies … Read more

New PWD Stormwater Regulations – July 2015

To meet Federal and State requirements under the Clean Water Act, the Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) is updating its stormwater regulations for private development projects, effective July 1, 2015.  Are you ready? Here’s what you need to know. The changes will: Increase the amount of stormwater managed on each development site. Slow down the rate … Read more

Is Act 162 Heading into Stormy Waters?

When Governor Corbett signed Act 162 of 2014 (introduced as HB 1565) back in December, many property owners and the development community saw this as a victory.  Act 162 was written to provide flexibility and alternatives to comply with the Clean Streams Law when proposing earth-disturbance activity within 150 feet of special protection waters.  It … Read more

#gratefulforourclients

Over the last year, we were very fortunate to work with some amazing clients.  As we start 2015, we look forward to new opportunities and we look back at the successful projects that made 2014 a great year. Thank you!