June 10, 2019
Broad Street Plaza, a current project being completed in collaboration with Pittsburgh’s Urban Redevelopment Authority, has been featured in an article on the NEXTPittsburgh website.
BROAD STREET PLAZA
VOLUNTEER DAY WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH’S ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT AND THE MISSION CONTINUES
June 7, 2019
Klavon Design Associates, Inc. was invited to participate with the University of Pittsburgh’s volunteer day program. Klavon’s task was to design a plan to transform a vacant lot into a safe and exciting green space for the local community of Homewood. Over the years, the lot has been attended by Mrs. Mary Savage, an elderly resident that is highly respected by the community. Over her lifetime, Mrs. Savage has contributed her talents and time to planting and maintaining many lots within Homewood. After visiting the site and interviewing Mrs. Savage and other community members, Klavon created a site and landscape plan to meet the needs of the community and limited budget. With the help of volunteers from the University of Pittsburgh’s Athletic Department and The Mission Continues, collectively we were able to install a new picket fence, an outdoor circuit gym for children, picnic tables, pathways, perennials, and more.
March 28, 2018
Construction for the Heinz Chapel Garden is underway. The formal garden at the University of Pittsburgh's historic Heinz Chapel is expected to be completed in July.
HEINZ CHAPEL GARDEN BREAKS GROUND
HEINZ CHAPEL GARDEN FEATURED IN PITTSBURGH POST GAZETTE
March 26, 2018
The Heinz Chapel Garden was profiled in an article in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Construction on the Garden will begin in April.
2017 ALUMNI OF THE YEAR
April 21, 2017
Congratulations to Dina Klavon for being named the 2017 Landscape Architecture Alumni of the Year by the College of Arts and Architecture at Pennsylvania State University!
APPOINTMENT TO PA STATE BOARD OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS
April 10, 2017
Congratulations to Dina Klavon for being appointed to the Pennsylvania State Board of Landscape Architects!