After 20 years at our previous location, Loomis Associates has moved to a new office building. Finding us won’t be hard – we are in the same office park in Chesterfield, just further down the street. The new address is: 750 Spirit 40 Park Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005 The new location provides us with a […]
On May 4th, 2018, the 2.1-mile extension of the Mississippi Greenway within Cliff Cave Park officially opened to the public. Designed by a project team headed up by Loomis Associates, this $4.3 million dollar project extends the existing Mississippi Greenway trail within the park (designed by Loomis Associates in 2006) to a total of 6.5 […]
Mercy Hospital Jefferson recently opened a new $73 million expansion in Crystal City, Missouri. Loomis Associates was the Landscape Architect for the project, working on a project team headed up by Bates & Associates. Loomis Associates was responsible for all exterior design at the facility including all landscape, irrigation, and hardscape detailing. Two reflecting pools […]
Loomis Associates has been the Landscape Architect for Whitfield School throughout three major building programs. Site planning, hardscape design, landscape design and irrigation were all provided in the overall scope of design for a private 6-12 school. As recently as 1990, the school physical plant consisted of a collection of inexpensive buildings (a converted residence, […]
Loomis Associates developed the hardscape design for a dining terrace completed as part of a major building expansion. The space was required to have a dual function as an access way to mechanical equipment, requiring the design to accommodate large trucks. The landscape designs included bioretention planting areas, major parking, and athletic field expansion.
Improvements to one of the busiest Metro Stations in St. Louis included a new parking structure, bus drop off lanes, ticketing facilities and new plazas with seating options. New concrete seat walls and canopy trees to provide comfortable short-term seating. Paving patterns and use of color concrete aid in directing pedestrians from the garage to […]
Avery Park sits two homesites in the northwest corner of Kirkwood. The homes were past their prime, so the City purchased the properties in hopes of developing a neighborhood park. Kirkwood underwent a long process with community involvement to develop a conceptual plan for the park. This plan included two play areas, swings, a shelter, […]
Located in the center of the City of Town and Country, this 30 acre park is the first of several new parks for the municipality. Longview Farm Park, a former farm, was one of the few remaining open spaces in the city. The plan allows the house to be converted to public uses (offices and […]