Tag Archive: landscape

Railroad Switch Fencing animates the path at Hagerstown Cultural Trail

The Hagerstown Cultural Trail features a linear park bordering a light industrial area. Vicki Scuri Siteworks designed a screening fences that runs along the trail separating it  from these warehouse buildings and work… Continue reading

Blown Away by Wichita’s New East Kellogg Walls

In April and June, 2018, Vicki traveled to Wichita, KS, to oversee the the construction of our East Kellogg concrete walls. The wall patterning takes its inspiration from the motion of the wind… Continue reading

“MEDIC / Response” Honors and Uplifts

On March 21, we attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new MEDIC Headquarters in Charlotte, NC. Hosted by Mecklenburg County, this opening allowed us to see inside the state of the art… Continue reading

“MEDIC / Response” Design Development

Our project at the new Mecklenburg EMS Agency MEDIC Headquarters building in Charlotte, NC, began as an opportunity to enhance seventeen monolithic concrete security barriers placed between the building and busy Wilkinson Boulevard,… Continue reading

375: Desert Reflections

375 Transmountain West features miles of highway retaining walls graced with a pattern skin, as described in the previous concept development post. This western portion of El Paso’s 375 Outer Loop establishes new… Continue reading

375: Development of a Concept

  375 East and West Outer Loop connects the east and west sides of El Paso, TX, on its northern perimeter, crossing over the Franklin Mountains. These dramatic peaks rise from the desert… Continue reading

Arlington Boulevard Part 3: Completion

Arlington Boulevard, represents two important developments for Vicki Scuri SiteWorks. First, the concrete, as discussed in Part 1, manifests the culmination of the process used for creating patterned 3D relief for walls and… Continue reading

Airway at I-10 Bridge Aesthetic Identity Element Process

Our process for the aesthetic enhancement of the I-10 Bridge at Airway in El Paso, Texas, started by identifying it as a gateway to the city. People coming from or going to the… Continue reading