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Welcome to our blog, where we share all the things that inspire, motivate, and define us.

Dripping Springs Ranch Park Opens to Record Crowds

Just one week after the ribbon cutting ceremony, Dripping Springs Ranch Park hosted the 6th Annual Dripping with Taste Wine, Food, and Arts Festival in its new 165,000 s.f. event center.  The widely popular event has maxed out smaller venues in years past, but found a new home with ample space this year at the... Read Full Post

RViers Show Their True Colors

In honor of national “College Colors Day” and in eager anticipation of the start of football season, RViers donned a variety of maroon, purple, red, blue, and burnt orange outfits for work today. The office enjoyed a barbeque tailgate-style lunch and college trivia contest. Congrats to Barbara Austin, the College Trivia Champion! Read Full Post

Project Update: Pflugerville Parks & Trails Planning Underway

RVi held its first public meeting last week on the path toward developing the Trails Master Plan and Park Development Plans for 14 individual sites in the City of Pflugerville. RVi’s own Barbara Austin, Chris Lalich, Paul Cozzolino, and Jenn Engelke presented at the Parks Commission Workshop. With the project currently in the analysis phase,... Read Full Post

RVi hosts ASLA/Austin Section Third Annual UT Student Portfolio Review

Landscape architecture students from The University of Texas at Austin gathered at RVi’s Austin office earlier this month for the 3rd Annual ASLA/Austin Section Student Portfolio Review.  Led by RVi’s Director of Design Mark Smith, the students enjoyed one-on-one critiques of their portfolios, as well as an informal networking session. Professionals from many Austin-area landscape... Read Full Post

ULI Spring Council Forum Recap

Fresh off his trip to Charlotte, NC for the Spring Council Forum, we sat down with Bob Richardson to get a renewed perspective on the residential community market. Bob is a member of the ULI Community Development Council, which focuses on master planned community developments. “One of the recurring themes I have been hearing is how important a community’s website is... Read Full Post