ORLANDO, FLA. — VHB was selected to provide area development design for the Queen Elizabeth II Park in Road Town, British Virgin Islands (BVI), as a team with architecture firm, OBM International. Queen Elizabeth II Park is located on the waterfront, near downtown Road Town, BVI, and is part of a major revitalization of the waterfront for the city of Road Town.

The park project, beginning design phase in June 2013, will feature a public waterfront boardwalk, passive recreation and botanical display gardens. Queen Elizabeth II Park will also house the headquarters building for the BVI National Parks Trust. The estimated start of construction for the project is fall of 2013.

Chris Brown, RLA, Sr. Landscape Architect will be leading the area development design project for Queen Elizabeth II Park. Brown specializes in resort planning, urban design and landscape architectural services. He has over three decades design experience throughout the Southeast United States, Caribbean, Hawaii, Asia, and the Middle East.