2020 was a year of global, all-encompassing paradigm shift, which altered the way we think about the built and landscape environment – as well as fundamentally changing the way we live and work. The importance of health and wellbeing, which had long been an overarching principle guiding our design work, became much more universally accepted as a key cornerstone of good placemaking. Our track record in holistically interweaving landscape and the built environment left us well placed to continue to sustainably grow as a business during this difficult time.