RDG Named a 2021 “Top 300” Design Firm by Architectural Record

Moving up 11 spots from 2020, RDG remains one of the top 100 firms in the United States.

Architectural Record recently released the 2021 edition of its annual list of the Top 300 Architecture Firms in the United States. RDG …

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RDG In the Media: A Holistic Approach to Sustainable Design

RDG Principal Jack Patton, AIA, LEED AP discusses how to create a holistic approach to sustainable sports and recreation facility design in his latest article for Athletic Business.

Like elite athletes, sports and recreation facilities run best when properly tuned. …

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ASLA Central States Chapter Recognizes Excellence in Design

RDG Planning & Design honored for outstanding contributions to landscape architecture with designs that positively impact communities and improve quality of life.  

The Central States Region of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has recognized RDG Planning & Design …

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RDG In the Media: Architectural Dreams Lead to Design Direction

RDG’s John Sova, AIA speaks with Omaha Magazine about the importance of cultivating the next generation of design professionals.

Wealthy, powerful, artistic. It’s a career combination that’s attractive for many high school students trying to figure out their next step …

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RDG Announces 2021 Ownership Advancements

The firm has welcomed a new class of Senior Partners, Partners and Stockholders from across its multiple disciplines.

RDG Planning & Design is proud to announce seven new Senior Partners, seven new Partners and 11 new Stockholders into its ownership. …

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RDG In the Media: Emerging Trends in Sports Facility Design

In an interview with Recreation Management Magazine, RDG’s Blaine Perau, AIA, NCARB discusses how unique design elements within athletic spaces can create excitement and give institutions a competitive edge.

Athletic facilities serve as an anchor for many communities, places to …

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