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RFQ: Landscape Master Plan for Cross Creek Condominium, Atlanta, GA

Date: 5/9/2023 - 6/10/2023

Type: RFPs / RFQs

LA CES approved?: No

Location(s): Georgia


Cross Creek Condominium
1221 Cross Creek Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30327

Project: Landscape Master Plan

Contact: Nan Gartenberg, 404-350-8970

Date issued: May 10, 2023
Date Due: June 10, 2023

Cross Creek is a unique gated condominium spread across 122 acres of prime forest within the city limits of Atlanta. The community of both townhomes and two and three story buildings is set on a property with significant changes in elevation. With wide parkways and mature landscaping, Cross Creek combines a peaceful setting with an array of amenities and services. The community includes an 18-hole par-three golf course with an on-site golf pro, tennis courts, and three swimming pools. The main clubhouse includes a health club, restaurant and banquet facilities that offer both inside and covered deck seating overlooking the golf course.

Cross Creek has:

  • 94 buildings
  • 122 acres
  • 5 miles of roads
  • 18 hole, Par 3 golf course
  •  936 units

Objective of this request: To engage a landscape architect who will help address areas of concern including drainage and erosion issues and replacement landscaping choices, with cost sensitive solutions: either as one solution or separate steps:

1) Drainage and land erosion solutions which are currently affecting individual buildings and the golf course.

2) Creation of a landscape “play book” that will be used as a resource when addressing each unique area for drainage and erosion issues as well as replacing and enhancing current plantings to achieve a natural and low maintenance environment that adds to the value of the property.

3) Tree canopy consulting: Assist with deciding if a tree inventory or a reserve study is the best solution. Tree inventories are a bottom-up strategy that maps the location and records the condition of trees in a defined area. A tree canopy assessment is a top-down approach that uses satellite imagery to map out the coverage of tree canopies over a defined area. Also to include a tree replacement plan.

4) Carbon credits: Provide information about how Cross Creek can generate revenue with improved climate action projects.

5) Highway noise level: Work with the Georgia Department of Transportation to reduce the noise level emanating from I-75. This will improve individual property values and increase residential quality of life.

Cross Creek is interested in working with a landscape architect who can help us determine the best solution to tackle these initiatives with creative and cost sensitive solutions. We anticipate having a plan in place by this fall and work to begin in 2024.

Please provide your ideas, company profile, company mission statement, references (minimum of three), and pricing.

Thank you for your interest.





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