The Incredible Journey of SBE Student Ryan Lester
These winners represent a range of research topics and methods across DCP disciplines.
The competition had participants design a courtyard entry landscape for an office building in Melbourne, Fla.
The Donald R. Dizney Stadium locker room is the first building in Florida to be LEED certified by students and just the 11th globally.
DCP is creating industry leaders who design and implement themed environments in places like theme parks.
Core 4 students recently took on a uniquely relevant design challenge.
By Chelsea Mistretta Andrew Davidson, a senior in the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Program in the University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning, won the 2019 Real Florida Landscapes Design Challenge sponsored by the Native Plant Horticulture Foundation in partnership with the Florida Association of Native Nurseries. Using only Florida native plants, students from the Department …
Have you ever wanted to design your ideal neighborhood? Put a park here, place a retail store there. Well, the children in Gainesville’s Porters neighborhood got that chance thanks to Urban and Regional Planning Adjunct Lecturer Laura Dedenbach’s URP 4000 class. Held at the Porters Community Center, the children in the afterschool program, with the …
Jarrell Smith, a University of Florida urban and regional planning student who recently graduated, won the Transportation Planning Division (TPD) Student Paper Competition. He actually received the call on the day he graduated from UF. “I was sitting down eating lunch the day of my graduation when I got the call that I had won …