As part of the Cook Park Redevelopment Plan, Laberge Group was responsible for planning, architectural design and project review during construction for a community amphitheater. The amphitheater is in the Village’s main park for multipurpose use by the Village and various civic groups. The architectural design incorporated developing a scenic vista of Cook Pond for the audiences and general patrons, handicapped accessibility, terraced seating, decorative lighting, plantings, and other amenities.
Comprehensive Planning, Planning & Community Development, Projects
Comprehensive Plan. Village of Horseheads, New York Laberge Group was retained by the Village of Horseheads, located in the...
Engineering, Projects, Wastewater
Laberge Group was retained by the Town of Shandaken for the planning, design and construction of a new 200,000...
Laberge Group performed construction stakeout for a new rail yard for CP rail comprised of two main lines and...
Economic Development, Planning & Community Development, Projects
Laberge Group was retained to develop a Economic Development Strategic Plan to provide the Village of Kiryas Joel with...
Engineering, Projects, Transportation
Laberge Group was retained to develop a Corridor Management Plan for North Genesee Street to assist in guiding public...
Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan – Town of Glen, Village of Fultonville, Town of Mohawk, Village of Fonda, New YorkPlanning & Community Development, Projects
Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan The Mid-Montgomery County Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan Waterfront Revitalization Area (WRA) includes the Towns of...
Laberge Group Services
- Planning & Community Development
- Grants & Funding
- Town of Highland Breaks Ground on Highway Department Garage September 10, 2018
- Town Highway Garage. Town of Altona, NY July 16, 2015
- Highway Garage & Related Facilities. Town of Roxbury, New York June 17, 2015
- Patriot Meadows Retirement Resort. Rome, New York June 17, 2015
- Architectural Design -Cook Park Amphitheater: Colonie, New York May 13, 2015