Due Diligence

THINGS TO INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY LAND Buying a piece of property in the Blue Ridge Mountains is exciting with the anticipated mountain views, clear streams, and an escape from

Willow Pond Construction Underway

Equinox was hired by the NC Arboretum to produce a master plan, design development documents, and construction documents for enhancing Willow Pond. The planning and design process included site analysis,

A Landmark Greenway Under Construction

Equinox’s mission to facilitate conservation and sustainable development prevents us from taking projects that are the bread and butter for many of our competitors. We will only take on a

Designing Sustainable Communities That People Love

As recently published in the 2015 WNC Green Building Council directory, Equinox discusses what it takes to create a sustainable community where people want to live.  Many successful communities have

Equinox Starts 2015 with a Bang

Equinox is pleased to announce that Bill Eaker has joined the Equinox team. “We are excited to have someone with such a respected reputation and who has accomplished so much in

Tuch on the Tuck Greenway

Yesterday Equinox’ David Tuch was on hand to celebrate the ribbon cutting for a portion of the Tuckaseegee River Greenway.  Equinox developed the Master Plan for this landmark greenway in

Unearthing Forgotten History

Unearthing Forgotten History: Equinox Aids Jackson County in Preservation of Historic Pteroglyph While working closely with Jackson County, the National Forest Service, the Eastern Band of Cherokee’s Tribal Historic Preservation

Providing Landscape Architecture in Jonesborough, TN

Check out what is happening in Jonesborough,Tennessee.  Equinox has done a lot of work for this great historic community – the oldest town in Tennessee.  Equinox has been providing landscape architecture

The Economic Engine of Greenways

Dena Chandler of Equinox will be giving a presentation on the economic impacts of greenways at the Tennessee Environmental Conference in Kingsport, TN on March 26th, 2014. http://tnenvironment.com/ The Economic Engine