In the News

    Alaback Design's Newest Employee In Landscape Architecture Magazine

    Alaback Design’s newest addition Jacoby Gonzales was in an article in Landscape Architecture magazine. The story (on page 170 of the September 2019 issue) is about Emerging Professionals in the field and attending the annual conference to network with more seasoned professionals.

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    Davenport Lofts

    Here’s a sneak peek at one of Alaback Design’s current multi family projects, in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma: Davenport Urban Lofts.

    The View

    The View, a six-story $40 million development from American Residential Group, will break ground this year at Archer Street and Elgin Avenue. The 198-unit complex will feature an urban active courtyard and includes a swimming pool, private cabana spaces, outdoor pavilion and exercise area. Estimated completion of project is early 2021.

    Alaback Design In the news again

    Alaback Design turned this former residential lot into a pocket neighborhood park in Broken Arrow. The project was dedicated to the first responders who responded to a neighborhood tragedy. The house was removed and the community came together and  raised money and donated materials to create a gazebo. The park has a walking trail with trees and shrubs that provide seasonal color and interest.

    This park is the start to the healing of a community after such a tragedy.

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    News Paper Article February 2019

    Alaback Design’s own landscape architect Mike Peters is in the news discussing his work on the Wagoner County Fairgrounds Master Plan, which is expected to be completed next year. The project will be big win for the economy of Wagoner and surrounding areas. With a new facility, it will host regional events from horse shows, concepts, and the the fair.

    OSU's Award Winning Welcome Plaza

    Here’s a look at some of Alaback Design’s award winning work at the Oklahoma State University Campus.  They designed the Welcome Plaza.

    Sculptures/ OSU Master Plan

    Alaback Design created the Oklahoma State University Master plan. See more about it here.