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Omaha Housing Authority

Posted on July 29, 2022

The Omaha Housing Authority(OHA) contracts with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to provide low and moderate income individuals with stable public housing throughout the city of Omaha. For a recent 12 site development, OHA selected the CityView family of products, including: individually mounted tables and chairs, park benches and aluminum umbrella shade structures.

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Bungalows on the Lake

Posted on July 7, 2022

Urban Waters develops and manages a variety of urban communities throughout Omaha and the surrounding areas. Bungalows on the Lake is a lakefront community built in Papillion, NE that blends urban living with a peaceful rural feel. This development installed multiple SiteScapes furnishings to maximize the outdoor experience.

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Go Big Green???

Posted on June 16, 2022

Ever heard of a Green Husker? The Yorktown High School has chosen custom Stadium tables for a renovation to their football stadium. These tables will be installed in a public gathering space along the field near the concessions area...

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Product Catalog: Vol. 20

Posted on June 8, 2022

SiteScapes is so excited to announce the arrival of our new product catalog, Volume 20! Catalogs began mailing this week. Check your mailbox regularly!

Just can't wait? Download a digital copy of the new catalog at

New Crossing at the University of Tennessee

Posted on May 25, 2022

Check out this great write up on University of Tennessee's streetscape to pedestrian corridor project. SiteScapes provided benches, dual receptacles, and carousel tables with aluminum panel umbrellas to UT. SiteScapes products make cameos throughout the photos.

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City of Austin

Posted on May 20, 2022

The City of Austin, Texas has been proactive and aggressive when addressing the issues of public waste and materials management. The comprehensive heading for this endeavor is called the Austin Resource Recovery. This mission intends to adopt a citywide program that reduces the use of disposable, toxic or nonrenewable products by 50% and establish a Zero Waste policy by the year 2040.

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