WDG would like to highlight our featured project with KB Home in the Willowmore community at Park Place, located in the popular Ontario Ranch master planned community and development. The community is nearly complete!
In 2019 the HOA community park in the Willowmore community was recognized by Playcore as a ‘Pathways for Play’ National Demonstration Site. This recognition highlights projects that “intentionally integrate play - critical for children’s health - into walkable, bikeable, shared use community pathway networks to provide opportunities for discovering and playing along the way, and encouraging use by children and families.”
The paseo park site at Willowmore features mostly native trees and shrub species that provides added wonder and benefits of butterflies, lady bugs, and hummingbirds. The park design includes a mounded open play lawn area, surrounded by a community picnic space, and an informal meandering decomposed granite trail
that provides opportunities for structured and informal play.
Play amenities include interactive panels, climbing structures, and a balance log.
The WDG design team would like to thank Myles Harvey and Tyler Kyriopoulos
with Great Western Recreation for their continued assistance and support.
To learn more about Playcore, please go to
WDG would like to join Habitat for Humanity in welcoming their last resident to their community on
Ballantyne Street in El Cajon, CA!
WDG is proud to be a partner with Habitat for Humanity in developing a much needed affordable housing for over 10 years. This particular project was an underutilized property, in the City of El Cajon and has been transformed into affordable, energy efficient, new housing for 5 families.
To watch a special "Habitat Dedication Ceremony" video for this project, please click here and we will direct you to the video.
For additional information on this project, please go to
WDG is proud to highlight our work on health care facilities such as the City of Hope Infusion Center in Duarte, CA. Weiland Design Group, Inc was selected by Mascari Warner Dinh Architects as a team member for this project, which included a 5,500 SF renovation and 3,100 SF addition to an existing Women’s Center in the Familian Clinical Research Lab Building. Important goals and objectives of this project included integration of the design into the existing campus facilities, and consideration of the patients and staff who would be using and occupying this space.
WDG is proud to highlight our work on urban redevelopment projects. Urban projects like this have unique design challenges to consider regarding open space, solar access, green building practices and logistical site planning coordination with infrastructure and architecture.
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