Our Featured Projects.
Rail to Trail Phase 1
The City of Sikeston, MO desired the development of a master plan for the conversion of the former Union Pacific Railroad rail corridor into a city operated recreational trail facility. Gateway Design Studio with The i5 Group developed a master plan creating a vision for the trail as an important link to the City’s downtown district and neighborhoods.
Lindbergh High School
-St. Louis County, MO
Landscape, irrigation, and hardscape design documents for a 100-Million-dollar phased redevelopment of an existing high school building and campus encompassing approximately 20 acres of construction. The site currently has an existing school building and parking areas which portions will be demolished and redeveloped.
The project provided site and landscape related designs relevant to the North and West side of the church located in Ellisville, Missouri. The design addressed site improvements which included improved parking/circulation, signage/wayfinding, outdoor gathering spaces, storm water mitigation, lighting, security and landscaping. The main plaza features seat wall and native planting to compliment the contemporary style of the building as well as interior.
Sikeston Recreation Complex and Bootheel Golf Course
The City's most complete outdoor recreational facility, this complex is a 196-acre tract located between the municipal airport and North Ingram Rd. In addition, the former Bootheel Golf Course comprising of approximately 136 acres of property was sold to the City of Sikeston. As part of the sale, the City obtained the golf course, clubhouse, maintenance facility, a 10-acre practice facility, and large putting green. The City desired a long-range plan for the golf course property as part of its overall recreation goals and objectives.
Mason Rd & I-64/40
-Town and Country, MO
The beautification project of the intersection of Interstate 64/40 and Mason Rd in The City of Town and Country was design and planned by Gateway Design Studio in partnership with EFK Moen Engineering to bring a sustainable landscape to the conjunction with native meadows/wildflowers, tree and shrub planting, backfilling, mulching, and utility maintenance.