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Highly respected AHBE will expand MIG’s design services in Los Angeles and beyond.
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The Landscape Architecture Foundation funds studies to quantify why some environments perform better and offer more benefits than others. Yanaguana is one of them.
Groundbreaking of Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum
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New immersive and interactive technologies will bring the U.S. Submarine Force—the “Silent Service”—to life.
New CEQA, New Opportunities
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With new CEQA rules, you can take advantage of new opportunities to make better places with more choices for people and reduce the impact on the natural environment.
Streets Reconsidered Book Cover
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Streets Reconsidered: Inclusive Design for the Pubic Realm, by Daniel Iacofano and Mukul Malhotra, shows what streets can offer communities if they are designed for people, along with vehicles. Get a 20% discount!
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Our innovative, weird and amphibious outdoor seating (a bathtub) has won the People’s Choice Award in Portland’s Street Seat Competition. You have to see it to believe it.
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A new “backyard” at the San José Children’s Discovery Museum brings the joys of nature and the freedom to get dirty to kids in an urban environment.
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San Diego-based MJE Marketing and MIG are now MIG | MJE, greatly expanding our marketing, branding, design, advertising, public relations and outreach services in Southern California.
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MIG has created a partnership to launch a specialized web publishing platform...
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We are pleased to announce that The Portico Group (Portico) of Seattle, Washington, has joined MIG.
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SvR brings an integrated approach to urban design that blurs the boundaries between landscape architecture, civil engineering, planning and applied ecology.
The Cottages in Pacifica, CA
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We are pleased to announce that we have formed an alliance with Entitlement Advisors and Carol McDermott of Newport Beach, California.
Alissa Rupp news slideshow
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We are excited to announce that MIG | Portico Principal Alissa Rupp has been named a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects – AIA’s highest membership honor.