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Wallace Group
San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Originally founded in 1984, the multidisciplinary firm of Wallace Group has grown from its roots in civil engineering, to include eleven departments and employ over 60 people in San Luis Obispo, California. Along with the landscape architecture department, founded in 2002, Wallace Group offers civil and transportation engineering, planning, GIS, water resource engineering, mechanical engineering, surveying, public works administration and construction management services.

Wallace Group's team of professionals work diligently to deliver exceptional service and high-performing memorable project experiences.

As design leaders in the firm, the landscape architecture team begins every project by listening. An understanding of the local community, site-specific needs and client goals are the foundation for project success. The landscape architect advocates for environmental design, quality and performance. This is accomplished through effective communication and established trust with clients and stakeholders throughout the life of the project.

The firm helps build community through a variety of private and public project types. The diversity of its land development experience ranges from entitlement and design guidelines to streetscapes, parks and selecting the perfect variety of heuchera for a homeowner's front yard. Institutional, public and transportation projects have enhanced the safety and character of communities in the form of campus design, roundabouts, transit centers and stormwater management with low impact development.

The firm helps build community through a variety of private and public project types. The diversity of its land development experience ranges from entitlement and design guidelines to streetscapes, parks and selecting the perfect variety of heuchera for a homeowner's front yard. Institutional, public and transportation projects have enhanced the safety and character of communities in the form of campus design, roundabouts, transit centers and stormwater management with low impact development.



Trilogy Monarch Dunes, Nipomo, Calif.


Since 2004, our landscape architecture team has led the design of the Monarch Club, an 8-acre community resort club facility set among copses of eucalyptus. The project includes a Tour Center and 20 distinctive garden designs. Wallace Group prepared designs and plans for the entitlement of an additional 350 home sites, complete with perimeter trails, over 60 acres of open space, three neighborhood parks, elegant streetscapes and entry monumentation.

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Orcutt Community Park, Orcutt, Calif.


Orcutt Community Park in a 26-acre recreational amenity for the growing community of Orcutt in Santa Barbara County. Wallace Group prepared a park design program that includes a championship size soccer field, two Little League Baseball fields, large group picnic area, active play with play structures, dog park area and community trails.

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Los Carneros Roundabout, Goleta, Calif.


Wallace Group team prepared an expedited design for the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Los Carneros and Calle Real for the city of Goleta, which is on the outskirts of the University of California Santa Barbara campus. In coordination with the firm's civil and transportation engineers, city arborist and city public works division, the landscape architect team provided conceptual renderings for project approval, plans, specifications and estimates for project construction. The award-winning project was recognized as a beautiful addition to the Goleta Valley and instilled great pride in the community.

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River Oaks Center, Paso Robles, Calif.


Lead design for this innovative commercial center and the first commercial building in San Luis Obispo County to receive a LEED Gold pre-certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. A drought-tolerant, climate suitable plant palette and coordination with civil engineers for low-impact development (LID) techniques were part of the strategies for meeting LEED criteria. The Wallace Group also provided calculations and LEED documentation for credits specific to plants and paving selections. This project was awarded the 2009 Beautification Award by the Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce.

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Riverside Restoration & Enhancement Corridor, Paso Robles, Calif.


Providing an enhancement and low impact development (LID) features, the Riverside Restoration and Enhancement Corridor grant funded project produces multiple benefits that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increase water use efficiency, reduce risks from climate change impacts, and demonstrate collaboration with local, state and community entities. The key goal for the project was to improve stormwater quality and increase infiltration. This is accomplished with the implementation of three proposed LID features along Riverside Avenue that included a pervious paver parking area, bioretention swales and bioretention parking lot planters with drought tolerant landscaping.

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As seen in LASN magazine, October 2017, Firms.






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