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Divney Tung Schwalbe enhances exterior landscape at Guiding Eyes for the Blind White Plains Training Center

June 2012

Guiding Eyes for the Blind partnered with DTS in a project to completely renovate and enhance the exterior landscape of the school’s White Plains Training Center.  The firm’s staff and partners contributed the design plans, plants, mulch and muscle to create an inviting and welcoming entrance to the Center.  Sue Dishart, Guiding Eyes Vice President…

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Ridge Hill and Divney Tung Schwalbe receive the Empire State Award for Site Development of the Year

May 2012

Westchester’s Ridge Hill and its Civil Engineer Divney Tung Schwalbe received the Empire State Award for Site Development of the Year from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Lower Hudson Valley Branch at its Annual Awards Dinner on May 10th.  Ridge Hill is a 1.3 million square feet mixed-use lifestyle center that recently opened…

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Westchester’s Ridge Hill named “Project of the Year”

February 2012

Divney Tung Schwalbe and Westchester’s Ridge Hill was named “Project of the Year” at the Annual Engineers Week Awards Dinner on February 24, 1012 by the Westchester / Putnam Chapter of the New York State Society of Professional Engineers. Ridge Hill is a 1.3 million square feet mixed-use lifestyle center that recently opened on an…

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Sustainability and Development

December 2011

J. Michael Divney was a panelist at the Pace Land Use Law Center’s 2011 conference which focused on “Sustainable Development in Tough Economic Times.” The day-long conference was attended by more than 200 attorneys, planners, and business and municipal leaders who explored ways to promote and proceed with sustainable development in the Hudson Valley despite…

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It’s Not So Hard Being Green

November 2011

Andrew Tung, joined by fellow LEED Accredited Professionals Armand Quadrini (ksqarchitects.com) and Patrick Lynch (olace.com), conducted a workshop on It’s Not So Hard Being Green – Sustainable Facilities Planning for Nonprofits, as a part of this fall’s United Way – Pace University Wilson Center Not-for-Profit Management Center course offerings.

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Restored Wetland and Pond Serve as Outdoor Classroom

October 2011

DTS Partner Jerry Schwalbe and Associate Donna Maiello visited with science students and teachers at the Mildred E. Strang Middle School in Yorktown to describe the stormwater and habitat restoration project that had recently been completed just outside the school’s front door. The collaborative effort of DTS’s engineers and landscape architects included basin and stream…

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Ridge Hill Water System Wins Acclaim

October 2011

The City of Yonkers received a Water System Advancement Award from the Westchester Water Works Conference for the water distribution system at Forest City Ratner’s Ridge Hill development in Yonkers, New York. On-site water system design and coordination was provided by Divney Tung Schwalbe. National and specialty retailers, a multiplex cinema, medical office facilities and…

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Sustainable Playland Proposal Selected as Finalist

September 2011

The Westchester County Citizens Committee charged with reviewing the proposals submitted in March to “reinvent Playland Park for the 21st century” issued its detailed report and recommended Sustainable Playland’s proposal as one of three of the 12 submitted that were responsive to the RFP criteria and deserving of further review. Divney Tung Schwalbe is a…

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DTS recognized by Westchester Green Business Challenge

June 2011

Divney Tung Schwalbe was recognized as a top participant by the Westchester Green Business Challenge at its first annual event at the Jacob Burns Media Arts Lab on June 15th. The Green Business Challenge is a friendly competition open to all businesses in Westchester County to encourage environmental sustainability in all aspects of business planning…

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Divney Tung Schwalbe Receives Inaugural “Y” Planner Award

May 2011

At a May 3rd luncheon, Yonkers Mayor Philip Amicone awarded Divney Tung Schwalbe the inaugural “Y” Planner Award for its work on the Ridge Hill Village project.  The “Y” awards were given to organizations that have produced exceptional results on the most significant development projects in the City of Yonkers during the past 10 years. …

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