Sanderson Stewart was hired by the MSU Foundation to plan and design improvements to the west and east Bobcat Football Stadium parking lots. Work includes paving, lighting, and drainage improvements, as well as landscape design for these heavily used areas. This is the third recent project Sanderson Stewart has completed at Bobcat Stadium; the other two were the new stadium turf installation and the south bowl projects.
As Williston's first fully master-planned community, this 163-acre mixed density neighborhood with its 3 miles of paths and trails, has been designed to be the most sought-after residential community in all of North Dakota. The development includes residential housing of varying densities. Apartments, duplexes, townhomes and single family housing highlighted with interconnecting walkways, open and play spaces, extensive landscaping, including streetscaping and a large entryway stone sign feature adjacent to a large park.
This 115-acre planned development will enable residents of west Billings and outlying areas readily access to medical services and complimenting retail/commercial services.The development will also include a residential neighborhood with a variety of housing units within walking distance or a short shuttle ride to services. The medical campus is designed to provide easy access, ample parking, interconnecting walkways, and extensive landscaping, including streetscaping and a large, entryway water feature. The use of roundabouts on the interior loop streets will aid in traffic calming for the medical campus.