Farmer|Morgan recently completed the 1.2 million dollar business district redevelopment project for the City of Pikeville and the Tracy City Town Hall Renovation Project. In addition, The firm has entered the renewable energy market through development of photovoltaic projects which include finance development, design and construction management for municipal entities. Farmer|Morgan works with the regional councils and development districts in pursuing economic development strategies for municipal clients. This work involves various projects for which they provide planning, design and construction management expertise.

 

Ben is trained as an urban planner and landscape architect. He manages the day to day operations and project development for Farmer|Morgan. He carries the General Contractors License for the firm and focuses on project funding and construction delivery. The Farmer|Morgan method of project delivery stems from contemporary demands for public projects to be delivered on time, under budget and generating revenue for private and governmental clients. Farmer|Morgan’s private and public sector clients operate in a time of tight budgets and investment in their infrastructure that must have a calculated return on investment.

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As Director of Design for Farmer|Morgan, LLC, Randy Morgan combines a unique understanding of the fundamental principles of city planning, with the cutting edge practices of landscape architecture. Randy’s unique ability to create landscapes that succeed as both social spaces and environmental systems is grounded in his capacity to quickly and effectively assess the environmental, cultural, and social significance of a place. This ability results in the design of memorable places that withstand the test of time.

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As Associate Project Designer for Farmer|Morgan, LLC, Will Hargrove brings a fresh perspective of urban planning, design and landscape architecture to create socially, culturally, and environmentally sustainable places. Will has participated in projects of various types and scales through studio courses and community design charrettes, investigating everything from sustainable stormwater management systems to urban scale local food networks. His college experience has allowed him to develop a close understanding of urban design, community planning, landscape architectural, horticultural, and ecological techniques that have fostered an intense understanding and respect for the land on which we live.

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