CLH’s Zak Pierce visited Capitol Hill with members of NCASLA, NC State College of Design, and members of the NCSU student chapter of ASLA for various ASLA Advocacy meetings. He was proud to help represent North Carolina by meeting with eight members of Congress and staff to discuss ways to integrate the Living Shores Act, the Water Infrastructure Flexibility Act, and the Environmental Justice Act into the larger infrastructure picture. Zak really enjoys advocating for policies that benefit communities and the environment and recognizes the importance it plays in the field of landscape architecture.
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We had great time at our yearly Durham Bulls game outing! It was the second game of the season and the Bulls won 11 – 1! It was a beautiful night to share some fun with our CLH family and friends.
CLH is proud and honored to be listed as one of the largest woman-owned businesses in the Triangle! This yearly list is developed by the Triangle Business Journal and CLH is excited to be a part of it. Other industry firms which made the list include BridgePoint Construction, Falcon Engineering, and Sepi Engineering & Construction. […]