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Waggonner & Ball Joins Moffatt & Nichol
We are pleased to announce that Waggonner & Ball has joined Moffatt & Nichol, advancing our capability to offer integrated resilience solutions from project visioning and definition through implementation. A truly global infrastructure advisory firm, Moffatt & Nichol provides engineering and consulting services to clients worldwide in the maritime, transportation, water, energy, environmental, federal, and […]
Welcome Brooke!
We are pleased to announce the addition of Brooke Morris, PE, PLA to Waggonner & Ball to advance our mission of Living with Water® and Building with Nature. A key thought leader, long-time collaborator and close friend of our office, Brooke is a licensed Landscape Architect and Civil Engineer practicing at the intersection of disciplines […]
First New Isle Residents Move In
Waggonner & Ball is encouraged by the Isle de Jean Charles community’s first step settling into New Isle. WB led the design team, with CSRS and Olin Landscape Architects, to co-develop the New Isle site master plan and home design concepts with residents. The new energy efficient homes are located outside the 100-year floodplain, elevated […]
Courthouse Transformed into Senior Living Space
Carrollton Courthouse was featured on Engineering News-Record. The currently under construction senior living facility is a restoration of the original courthouse by Henry Howard and the addition of two new wings. Full Article available at Engineering News-Record.
The Shop at The Historic New Orleans Collection named one of the best gift shops in the country
Travel blogs names The Shop at the Historic New Orleans Collection one of the best gift shops in the country. Featured alongside gift shops at MoMA and the Whitney Museum, the article describes The Shop’s strong local presence and variety of cultural gifts to remember New Orleans. Waggonner and Ball completed the Seignouret-Brulator House restoration […]
David Waggonner interviewed for Common Edge on The Claiborne Expressway
Check out Martin Pedersen‘s interview for Common Edge with David Waggonner about the Claiborne Expressway entitled, “The Claiborne Expressway: David Waggonner on New Orleans’ “Hulking Mess”.” “If you don’t want to move water, you have to let it be where it is. It costs less to let it be where it wants to be. And then to develop […]
Welcome Sydney!
We’re thrilled to welcome Sydney to the W&B team. Sydney is a recent graduate of the MLA program at The Ohio State University. She holds a bachelor’s degree for the University of Vermont in Environmental Science with minors in Geography and Chemistry. She applies her long-held passion for design, respect for local histories, and curiosity […]
Charleston City Plan: Land & Water Analysis Wins 2022 AIA New Orleans Merit Award
We are pleased to announce Charleston City Plan: Land & Water Analysis has been awarded a 2022 AIA New Orleans Master Plan & Urban Design Merit Award. Jury Comments included, “This project is a thorough investigation into the impact that flood hazards present to the City of Charleston. The detailed attention to environmental impact is an […]
Louisiana Children’s Museum Receives 2022 AIA COTE Top Ten Plus Award
This Earth Day we are honored the Louisiana Children’s Museum has received a 2022 AIA COTE Top Ten Plus Award! Annually, The American Institute of Architects (AIA) recognizes ten innovative projects for sustainable design excellence. The “Plus” designation indicates the building’s exemplary performance data and post occupancy lessons. You can read more about the award here. Congratulations to the […]
Gretna City Park Wins 2021 ASLA LA Honor Award
Gretna City Park is a window in time to Louisiana’s natural history. Working with Carbo Landscape Architecture and Batture, we are pleased to announce Gretna City Park has been awarded a 2021  ASLA Louisiana Honor Award. Gretna City Park’s huge cypress stumps and still-standing native trees reveal the pre-development landscape, and seasonal change is marked by blackberry and wildflower […]
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