Grain Silos Celebrate Houston’s First “Agri-hood”

/ Chad Meacham
When The Johnson Development Company approached us about its plans for Houston’s first “agrihood,” Harvest Green, we were very excited to contribute to the project. We don’t often construct grain silos in the greater Houston area, but this was an opportunity to provide the community with signature structures that capture the essence of the neighborhood. [...]

Did You Know? The First World-Class In-Ground Skatepark in the Region is Free

/ Chad Meacham
Skateboarding is an exhilarating and fun sport and The Lee & Joe Jamail Skatepark is considered one of the best in the country. It opened in 2008 and was designed by Grindline Concrete Skatepark Design. The firm contracted D.L. Meacham to construct this first-rate facility. We are very proud to have been involved in this [...]

Riverstone’s Wetland Park Offers Innovative Play Area

/ Chad Meacham
The Sugar Land, Texas, community of Riverstone celebrates the area’s natural heritage of green spaces and even wet spaces with an innovative wetland park that connects children and inspires “nature play.” Riverstone Wetland Park is an example of how master-planned communities have moved away from fancy amenities toward authentic spaces and connection with the land. [...]

Nature Is The Best Amenity

/ Chad Meacham
While this is the age of social media, web-based apps and technologically “smart” homes, people still want a sense of community and connection with others – outside their residence or workplace. One way developers, builders, landscape architects and planners are meeting that preference is by designing places for gathering, walking, exercising and playing outside where [...]

D.L. Meacham Provides Major Contribution to the Houston Parks Board’s Park Leadership Circle

/ Chad Meacham
Parks, trails and green spaces that families can enjoy and communities can share have been part of the DNA of D.L. Meacham since its founding 40 years ago. The firm formalized its commitment to green space development with a major donation to the Houston Parks Board’s Park Leadership Circle. The Houston Parks Board, a nonprofit [...]

Then & Now

/ Chad Meacham
Moody Gardens Palm Beach Located in Galveston, Moody Gardens is a public, non-profit, educational destination utilizing nature in the advancement of rehabilitation, conservation, recreation and research. It began in the mid-1980s with a horse barn and riding arena to begin a hippotherapy riding program for people with head injuries. Today Moody Gardens is one of [...]