New Jersey Public Health, Environmental & Agricultural Laboratory
The New Jersey Public Health, Environmental and Agricultural laboratory includes new laboratories, offices, conference areas, and animal facilities for the NJ Departments of Health and Agriculture. Our office served as the local architect responsible for permitting and the landscape architecture. The landscape design places this modern building within a series of meadows: a tall meadow on the perimeter of the site and low meadow within the immediate building site. The meadows create a naturalized counterpoint to the architecture, reestablish wildlife habitat and significantly reduce maintenance and water needs. Clarke Caton Hintz was responsible for insuring compliance with the New Jersey No Net Loss Reforestation Act.