Huntington Library Chinese Garden Groundbreaking Ceremony

Huntington Library Chinese Garden Groundbreaking Ceremony

Snyder Langston has officially broke ground at the Huntington Library. The ceremony featured speakers including The Huntington’s new president, Karen R. Lawrence, U.S. Congresswoman Judy Chu, Consul General Zhang Ping of the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Los Angeles, and other local dignitaries. Major donors were also recognized during the program.

Providence Advanced Ambulatory Care Center – Torrance

Our Providence Advanced Ambulatory Care Center project located in Torrance is officially open! Featured on the City of Hope’s website, this comprehensive cancer center offers radiation oncology, medical oncology and infusion, surgical oncology, positive image center, and clinical trials. The 108,000 s.f. building also includes a cancer center with two linear accelerators, orthopedics, pharmacy, women’s […]

Snyder Langston Beach Clean Up

Snyder Langston is helping keep our beaches clean! We participated in a Huntington Beach clean up and collected over 25 pounds of trash. Donations were also made to the Surfrider Foundation, which is an non-profit organization that works to protect and preserve the world’s oceans and beaches. Thank you to everyone who donated and participated!

LA Times Features Chinese Garden

The San Marino based museum, The Huntington Library, announces the final phase of construction on its Chinese Garden. The newest phase, Liu Fang Yuan (the Garden of Flowing Fragrance), will bring the garden from 3.5 acres to 12 acres and includes the addition of a more than 2,500 square foot exhibition complex, a space for events and a new café, among other features. The Huntington aims to complete construction, steered by Chinese and American architects, contractors, and craftsmen by February 2020. This will make Liu Fang Yuan among the largest classical-style gardens in the world.