With the ongoing redevelopment happening in the Village of West Greenville people continue moving there and adding to the fabric of this exciting part of town. A block off West Pendleton Street, Burdette Street is one such street experiencing revitalization. With only two homes on the development site for many years the housing density on the street was quite low.


We were retained to create an additional lot through a subdivision process and develop construction plans for the sitework improvements for seven new homes. The project was successful and also added to the street walkability by adding a sidewalk along the frontage. This has served as a great example of improving communities with an urban infill project.

What People Are Saying

Always appreciate your thoughtful approach to tough design issues - keep it coming for many years to come!

Suzanne Childs

Childs Architecture

Thanks for all that you are doing for us.

Bill Barringer


We appreciate your persistence in helping us through this one and look forward to opportunities to work with you in the future.

Scott Wilbanks

You’ve been such a great asset... and I really appreciate your expertise and insight.

Maxim Williams

I for one, appreciate the hard work you did for the club on our bike lane projects and I’m proud that they are expanding and growing all the time.  I think you were one of the early pioneers on bike lanes in the community with some others. I appreciate your behind-the-scenes efforts. Thanks.

Steve Baker

Public Relations Director - Greenville Spinners

I would recommend John for any project large or small, his breath of experience shows as he has helped guide me through this process.

Loren Duwel

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