Jen and the TCA Team worked with Harford County Maryland to prepare an Area Study for Edgewood. Situated adjacent to the Aberdeen Proving Ground, Edgewood can look forward to new pedestrian and vehicular connections, gateway features, and a dynamic mix of uses.
In many states, larger development projects are required to build on-site active recreation facilities (playgrounds, sports fields, courts, trails, etc.), and/or pay a “fee-in-lieu” of such facilities for use in building or improving off-site facilities. The fee-in-lieu may be based on land area, number of dwelling units, retail square footage and the like. In turn,
The Kennett Pike, Route 52 in Kennett Township, PA, is a portion of the Brandywine Valley Scenic Byway that connects from the area of Longwood Gardens to Wilmington, Delaware. As consultants to Kennett Township, TCA help to develop the Kennett Pike Greenway Plan, which features a diverse mix of native deciduous trees, evergreen trees, and
TCA has worked in 2015 with East Whiteland Township, East Goshen Township, and East Bradford Township to craft Updates to the Comprehensive Plans of these 3 great communities. Updates include new mapping of uses and resources, proposals for bicycle and pedestrian-friendly corridors, and new analysis of community service needs based on population growth and trends.
East Goshen Township Park is a beautiful and well built municipal park– TCA designed it in 1982! Now, East Goshen has brought TCA back to develop an Updated Park Master Plan, with particular attention to pedestrian and vehicular safety, handicapped accessibility, playground equipment upgrades, sports fields and courts improvements, and enhancements to the trails and
Erin earned her Landscape Architecture degree from Penn State, and has worked in Pennsylvania and Maryland, including with the Lancaster County Planning Commission. Her skills range from regional master planning to garden design. Welcome, Erin!
On February 10, 2011 Thomas Comitta Associates, Inc. (TCA) received an ‘Envision’ Leadership Award from The Lancaster County Planning Commission. Working closely with key community stakeholders throughout much of 2009 and early 2010, TCA evaluated Lititz Borough’s Ordinances to eliminate inconsistencies and to expand upon existing ordinance criteria. TCA then identified opportunities to integrate the
TCA and the City of Lancaster received an Honor Award from the PA/DE ASLA for work on the Urban Park, Recreation, and Open Space Plan. Read more here TCA received recognition from Envision Lancaster County for work on the West Lampeter Village Renewal Project.