Landscape Architecture
Meyer Group, PC would like to announce that we are adding Landscape Architecture to our services! As you may know, Andrea Wedul has joined our team to assist in Landscape services. We hope to do many more Landscape base projects in the future! 
ANDREA WEDUL
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

Andrea Wedul is a Professional Landscape Architect and recent transplant to Duluth from the Twin Cities Metro Area (MN).  She attended and received her BA (Biology) from The Colorado College in 1999 and her Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities in 2005.  She has worked within many facets of the field of landscape architecture, but specializes in place-based design and coordination of urban and rural stormwater management systems, low impact development, mineland reclamation, and streetscapes, among others. 


Previous Projects 


Prospect Park - Hudson, WI 
The Greenskeepers


Woodbury Home - Woodbury, MN
Headwaters Design 


UMN Lusten Town Center Design
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Center for Changing Landscapes

PROJECTS
Bois  Forte Land Use Master Plan
Tower, MN


This comprehensive land-use plan was developed on behalf of the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa Tribal Government. Team members from KOA, including Tim Meyer, and S.A.S. & Associates conducted community meetings in the Bois Forte communities of Vermilion and Nett Lake, Minnesota in an effort to gather community input and opinions regarding land-use issues in the reservation community. In conjunction with the Bois Forte Tribal Govern-ment, community input was integrated into the development of land use policy, planning, and development of a land-use permit process. The plan aids in directing all land-use development within the reservation community.

Bois Forte Pow Wow Grounds
Nett Lake & Vermilion, MN

The Bois Forte Band of Lake Superior Chippewa have constructed brand new ceremonial grounds in both the Nett Lake & Vermilion communities. Meyer Group was involved in Project Management, Architecture, Bidding & Construction Administration for both of the projects. Initial ceremonies and a dedication 
Pow-Wow were held in June 2013. Work included new Drum Arbors, Calling Stands, Seating Areas,  Sod  and Landscaping.

Chief Four Bears Community Center
New Town,ND
The Four Bears Community Center replaced a deteriorated community facility with a new state of the art facility housing government administration, elder & youth programs. The 50,000 S.F. facility also include community public works garage & indoor vehicle storage.

LCO Kinnamon Cultural Center

Hayward, WI

 

 

 

Meyer Group, in association with Miller-Dunwiddie Architects in Minneapolis were selected to work with the  Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa to preserve the Kinnamon School, located in the Lac Courte Oreilles community. Unoccupied since 1967, Kinammon School educated many Lac Courte Oreilles Band members and was a fixture in the LCO community. Following preservation work, the school will be adaptively re-used as a Cultural & Visitors Center. Other team members include Coleman Engineering of Ironwood, MI,  Cain Thomas Associates of White Bear Lake, MN & Northland 
Consulting Engineers. 

PROJECTS (CONT.)
LCO New Post Community Park
Hayward, WI

The   Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa have proposed a brand new  community park located in New Post, WI. The master plan of this New  Post Community Park project is split into three phases. Phase one  includes a basketball court (currently under construction) and children's  playground on the north end. Phase two and three will include a pavilion  with some walking paths that lead to a volleyball court on the south end  of the site. Meyer Group was involved in Project Management,  Architecture, Bidding & Construction Administration both of the projects.  Initial ceremonies & dedication Pow-Wow were held in June 2013.  Work included new Drum Arbors, Calling Stands, Seating Areas,
Sod & Landscaping.

LCO Recycling & Waste Transfer Station
Hayward,WI

Meyer Group is assisting the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa on development of a new Recycling Center & Solid Waste Transfer Station. In addition to establishment of curb-side pick-up of trash & recyclables, LCO will separate, compact, bail & ship these items to recycling vendors. The new facility will replace their obsolete facility & create a state of the art system for handling the Bands waste items. As well as handling waste, the facility shall generate income & possibly a profit, eliminating the cost of this service to the community. The 10,000 S.F. facility was completed in the Fall of 2013.

Mille Lacs Band District II Pow Wow Grounds
McGregor, MN
The Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Band selected the Meyer Group Team to design their new Pow Wow Grounds located just south of McGregor, Minnesota.  Meyer Group was the lead on the design of this site, from initial concepts through final documentation and (upcoming) construction administration.  The culturally-meaningful design features a multi-phased project to create a comprehensive meeting facility featuring circular stadium seating around the central Pow Wow performance area, arbors, Emcee/Calling stand, Shower and RV camping and tenting facilities, and comprehensive phasing for program development that complements and supports the larger site design and use. The Meyer Group Team worked directly with the Band to ensure the design directly represented their vision and goals for the site, while still maintaining budgetary constraints.  The larger project team included structural (Northland Engineering), civil (JPJ Engineering), and mechanical/electrical (Design Group) engineer inputs that worked together to ensure the upcoming 2015-2016 construction moves this design's vision into reality.
National Park Service Addition & Renovation 
Bayfield,WI
The National Park Service plans to upgrade their current leased facility on Lake Superior near Bayfield, Wisconsin. The property is located adjacent the Roy's Point Marina near red Cliff, Wisconsin. Work includes upgrade of the Office Building, Storage & Warehouse Facilities, Repair Garages, Yard Areas, Perimeter Fencing & Security Upgrades. Other work on the property include upgrades of the Roy's Point Marina to accommodate National Park Service vessels servicing properties in the Apostle Islands National Park.

Twin Buttes Infrastructure 
New Town, ND
The Twin Buttes Housing Infrastructure Project, included master planning & infrastructure planning to enable housing development in the Twin Buttes community for the Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara Nation in west central North Dakota. The project includes new water & wastewater systems, roads, identification of home sites, street lighting, power extensions & planning for
future development.

University of Minneosta-Duluth,
Alworth
 Planetarium Plaza & Deck
 Duluth,MN

The University of Minnesota - Duluth Campus plans to replace the Alworth Planetarium Plaza & Roof deck of the current, below grade Lecture Hall. Work will include
re-roofing of the Lecture Hall,
reconstruction of the pedestrian plaza located above the Lecture Hall & Alworth Hall Classroom building. The project will include a 'green roof" design & feature a
sun-dial sculpture, which will be designed by a multi-disciplinary group of UMD Students from the Astronomy & Fine Arts Program. The sundial will include a scaled model of the solar system, which will represent actual scale model of planets, placed throughout the campus at actual scaled distances.

Waaswaaganing Indian Bowl  
Lac Du Flambeau, WI
The Waaswaaganing Indian Bowl demonstrates Meyer Group's 
in-house multi-disciplinary design capacity, combining architecture and landscape architecture efforts.  When completed, this project in Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin, will provide a sustainable re-design of the existing Indian Bowl to incorporate a new sustainable building and site design that will function as a Native Arts and Cultural Center for the Band.  The new building will feature up to 10,000 square feet of art, retail, and performance support space, constructed within the 3 million dollar project budget.  The design features adaptive re-use of demolition materials, locally-sourced building products and technologies, geothermal heating and cooling, and other low-impact development site design to seamlessly integrate building in site.

Duluth Office: 410 US Bank Place, 130 W Superior St, Duluth, MN 55802

Wisconsin Office: 823 Belknap St., Suite 212, Superior, WI 54880

North Dakota Office:120 N 3rd St, Suite 75, Bismarck, ND 58501

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