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HARC Campus

Designed to preserve biodiversity and restore native landscape.

A green oasis of quiet in an urban environment, the HARC campus exemplifies the power of sustainable site design and restorative landscaping. Surrounded by a forested curtain of trees and native vegetation, the HARC building is sequestered against the noise and sight of traffic on Gosling Road, a busy thoroughfare just a stone’s throw away. Animals and insects go about their daily business, reported by chirping birds, woodpeckers, and butterflies visiting the blooming native plants. Designed to preserve biodiversity, the campus is surrounded by the sights and sounds of nature. In keeping with the HARC mission of ‘helping people thrive and nature flourish’, the campus embodies balanced integration of the natural and built environment, proving that site development can be enhanced with sustainable site design techniques.