The McCall Pathways Master Plan was just awarded the 2013 I-Way Leadership Award! This plan was completed by Harmony Design & Engineering with assistance from the City of McCall and the McCall Pathways Steering Committee. The I-way Leadership Award recognizes leadership and innovation for effective coordination of mobility options in Idaho.
Harmony Design & Engineering was a proud sponsor of the Teton Valley Chamber of Commerce Hot Air Balloon Festival this year. In cooperation with Pierson Landworks and Jorgensen Associates, we helped one hot air balloon take flight during the July 4th celebration. Harmony's Jen Zung and Jorgensen's Deb Johnson, were the lucky ones selected to fly in the balloon on a beautiful Teton Valley morning.
We are looking forward to working with Teton County to help create the Teton County Comprehensive Plan. Our consultant team, which is known as Team 2020, includes Jorgensen Associates and Intermountain Aquatics from Driggs, Idaho as well as AECOM from Fort Collins, Colorado. More information on the Comprehensive Plan process can be found at www.tetonvalley2020.org.
Click here for full text of the April 6, 2011 article in the Valley Citizen entitled "County Finds Harmony"
Harmony Design & Engineering was just featured in the November 2010 issue of the Idaho Housing and Finance Associations publication, "Cornerstones". This issue focused on taking a closer look at sustainable communities and included Harmony as an industry innovator. To see the full issue click here.
Special thanks to everyone that voted for our project for the Nau 2010 Grant for Change. We proposed a xeric demonstration / educational garden in downtown Driggs to help show that xeric gardens not only save precious water and help manage stormwater runoff, but they look great too. We will continue to work to make this project a reality so stay tuned.
Harmony Design & Engineering and our principals, Jennifer Zung and Randy Blough, were recently featured in the Spring/Summer 2010 issue of Teton Home & Living magazine. This magazine is distributed throughout Teton Valley, Idaho and Teton County, Wyoming and can be picked up at local businesses or obtained with a yearly subscription. Click the photo below to go to the full article.
The Yellowstone Business Partnership UnCommon Sense final report has been published for 2010. Below is a snapshot of our report and the full report can be viewed by clicking here or the photo below. See our article on page 7.
In corporation with the City of Driggs, Harmony Design & Engineering is completing a Parks Master Plan which is a comprehensive study of parks, open space, and pathway systems and will inventory and evaluate the existing facilities, determine current and future needs for improvements based on our evaluation and community input, and give recommendations for proposed improvements.
As part of this project, the City of Driggs needs your help! Please fill out their Park Use Survey if you are a resident of Teton County or if you are a current user of the Driggs Parks facilities. A link to the survey can be found on the City of Driggs website.