While with Robert Marvin and Associates and afterwards Mike worked on the long range master plan for Callaway Gardens and on the implementation of several of the primary elements. Those projects included the Sibley Center, a state of the art display greenhouse, the Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center, the Virginia Hand Callaway Discovery Center, the Callaway Gardens Bicycle Trails, and the new entrance road and gates. Images and descriptions of some of these projects follow:
Project Start Date: 1983
Most recent date: 2005
Client: Callaway Gardens
Phases I and II included design and construction of thirteen miles Bicycle trails and bridges through a 1500 acre garden and preserve. Phase III includes approximately three to five miles of walking trails. The trails are a part of the overall master plan for the gardens and include many amenities including benches, swings, overlooks and interpretive graphics. Mr. Morgan also developed the Pine Mountain Trails Master Plan for the Pine Mountain Tourism Association, Pine Mountain Georgia. This is a master plan for walking and bicycling trails. The goal of the project is to link the town with the State of Georgia’s statewide bike system, Callaway Gardens, Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park and other local tourist and business nodes.
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