This month, we sat down with RVi client Curtis Davidson of Cadence Development to discuss his firm’s unique business model and how they have successfully adjusted their core services to take advantage of the changing real estate market. Curtis has led many successful development ventures in Austin and throughout the United States - from the 1,600 acre Belterra Master Planned Community in the Texas Hill Country, to his most recent entry into the nationwide distressed real estate market.
Click below to read our interview with Curtis.
This month, the Waller Creek Conservancy announced the final shortlist of teams advancing to Stage III of the Design Waller Creek competition. RVi is proud to be part of the Turenscape + Lake|Flato Architects team, which will compete alongside three other teams in the design concept portion of the competition. Throughout the summer, RVi will work together with our carefully-selected group of local, national, and international experts to develop a final design concept which will be presented to the Jury in mid-September.
More information on our team can be found on the Waller Creek Conservancy website.
In a nostalgic nod toward his youth, RVi Vice President Chris Crawford recently completed a series of watercolor classes at Austin’s Dougherty Arts Center. Crawford credits his early experience with watercolor and a summer job at his local garden center as the two experiences that most influenced his career in landscape architecture. “When I was nine years old, my family visited Jackson Square in New Orleans. I remember being amazed by all the artists lined up along the square. After that, my dad signed me up for watercolor classes,” Crawford said. Click below to see some of Chris' creations.
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