Story of a Landscape: Dallas Museum of Art Entrance Plaza gets Renovation

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Story of a Landscape: Dallas Museum of Art Entrance Plaza gets Renovation

August 30, 2017 - Turf Magazine -

arboristWhen the Dallas Museum of Art unveiled its renovated north entrance in the spring of 2016, many dubbed it one of the hottest spots in this sizzling community.

For Southern Botanical, Inc., its role in bringing the entrance and newly rechristened Eagle Family Plaza to fruition was simply one more opportunity to shine, as the landscape contractor earned a Silver Award for Commercial Installation over $100,000 from the Texas Nursery and Landscape Association.

The expanded plaza, funded by donations from Jennifer and John Eagle and the estate of Nancy B. Hamon, smooths out the flow of both pedestrian and vehicle traffic and opens the museum’s café to the exterior, expands seating and dining options and provides space for an outdoor food pavilion.

Additionally, the renovation features an expansive new lawn area at the north entrance which includes an outdoor exhibition space.

Although Southern Botanical had done previous work for both the museum and the Eagles, Jason Craven, the company’s president, says...

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