LNRs vision and mission statements can be seen in the design of the campus landscapes. The environments enrich the UCF community, showcasing our stewardship of our resources. Landscape & Natural Resources works with other Departments in the construction of new projects on the UCF campuses. Landscape architecture is a vital part of the design of a project and utilizes the Landscape Master Plan when contributing to the overall project vision. Many projects are in the designing phase, under construction, or completed. We take pride in our efforts and are pleased to share them with you.
Royal Palms are part of the design of the UCF Orion Boulevard Gateway Landscaping. They are native to Florida and Cuba and are listed as an Endangered Species due to over-harvesting this palm from the wild. Accenting the Royal palms are Coonties and Perennial Peanut. The entryway to the campus off of McCullough Road adds a tropical Florida feel for visitors as they enter towards the stadium and Kenneth G. Dixon Athletic Village.
Landscape Design and Construction oversees many of the landscape architecture and installations around campus. The Landscape Superintendent and his team continue to create, improve, and care for many projects at UCF. Some of the work shown below have been completed by the LNR teams. Click on the images for more information and check back for additional projects.
The purpose of this page is to provide a summary of some of the projects currently underway or in development at UCF campus. Landscaping & Natural Resources works with Facility Planning and Construction to create environmentally sustainable and aesthetically pleasing surroundings that correspond to the FP&C’s and LNR’s vision and mission statements. To see all of FP&C’s projects, please visit their website.
For Landscape Specifications, please click here.