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Shaye Ray named to Tanner Medical Foundation Board of Trustees

HRC’s director of finance, Shaye Ray, has been named to the Tanner Health Systems board of trustees, an organization that provides giving opportunities directly benefiting the patients who live and work in our community, including the Tanner NICU fund, cancer care, heart care, behavioral health, mammogram assistance, women and maternity, hospice and charity care.

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Landscape Architects Outline Blueprint for Healthy Communities

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has released the report of the Blue Ribbon Panel on Climate Change and Reliance, outlining key perspectives by the professional association, including:

  • Designing and planning in concert with natural systems promotes resilience, capitalizes on the benefits of natural systems and provides greater long-term return on investment. Key strategies include use of green infrastructure, native plants, urban and suburban tree planting plans, and healthy soil management practices.
  • Compact, walkable, and transit-oriented “smart growth” communities reduce energy use and are climate smart.
  • Special attention must be paid to vulnerable communities in coastal and inland flood plains and underserved and low-income communities.
  • Transportation should be considered critically as not only a connection point between home to work/services, but also as a source of greenhouse gas emissions, and a contributor or detractor to a community’s appearance and function in light of a weather event.
  • Agricultural systems must be addressed because they are being stressed by unsustainable farming practices and farmland is being lost to expanding development and sprawl.


HRC’s landscape architects embrace these perspectives and apply them in the work we do daily on behalf of clients.


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Atlanta Business Chronicle


We’re proud to announce our landscape architecture project for the City of Jonesboro was recently featured in the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Each year, an award is present to a community that is making strides in the implementation of its vision crafted through ARC’s Livable Centers Initiative (LCI). The winning project, HRC’s revitalization of Lee Street Park & Amphitheater, was awarded exceptional merit for LCI achievement.

Read the article below or click here to read more about our Landscape Architecture services.

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HRC is Awarded 2016 Small Business of Excellence

HRC was awarded by the Douglas County Sentinel as a 2016 Small Business of Excellence!

We are proud to announce the Douglas County Sentinel has awarded HRC as one of the 2016 Small Businesses of Excellence. The 10 winning businesses are recognized for successful operations and growth as well as service in their community.

To read about HRC and the other winners, be sure to click here to view the article in its entirety.