Welcome to LDG!
Summer is here!
We are beginning LDG's
23rd year in business!
Thanks to our valued clients and talented LDG Team that makes this all possible.
Living the Dream in Paradise!!!
Our schedule is currently open to accept new Design projects in
October of 2018.
Feel free to contact LDG to discuss your new project!
The Galveston Historical Foundation presented LDG with a prestigious Sally B. Wallace Preservation Award for the New Garage & Guest House on the site of the 1839 Samuel May Williams Home!
Thank you GHF, the LDG team, the Owners of SMW and Greenlight Construction!
The brass plaque is on a roof tile from the 1892 Bishops Palace, very cool!
Click on this link to GHF-Bishops Palace.
DECEMBER'S FEATURED PROJECTS:
New West End Boat House, Fishing Pier and Outdoor Entertaining Pavilion!
Exciting project for LDG and great work by
Final photos will be coming soon.
1839 SAMUEL MAY WILLIAMS HOME
The 2nd oldest surviving residence in Galveston.
The new Pool and Carriage House are complete!
Click the image below to be directed to the project page with updated photos:
We are honored for the opportunity to work with the new Owners to remodel, restore and enhance the property of the this Historic property with a new pool and garage.
Great job GreenLight Contracting of Galveston.
The SMW home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Texas Historical Commission and Galveston Landmark Commission's listing of Historical Properties.
Check out the history of this home at
Check out a few of our most recent projects:
Thinking about visiting Galveston Island?
Check out "The Dolphin House"
1914 33rd Street in the Kempner Park Neighborhood District.
The circa 1915 raised cottage is now complete and available for your summer vacation rental.
The newly renovated "Casa Tortuga"
4419 Avenue Q-1/2 in Lasker Park Neighborhood.
Circa 1927 Craftsman Style Bunglow.
Both are available through VRBO.com!
Click on the pics below to check out the listing and schedule your Island Getaway today!
Dolphin House Casa Tortuga
1328 Sealy Avenue in the East End Historic District
One of our latest new projects currently in progress
is the restoration of an 1880's raised victorian at
The exterior restoration and a new paint job
will bring back the wonderful Victorian details!!!
Below is a before and a current photo of the home.
LDG was presented with a Landmark Commission Rehabilitation Award along with Mr. J.P. Bryan, Dr. Jamie Christie and Alex Gonzalez at the May 14th City Council meeting in honor of our work at The Bryan Museum.
We are proud to be a part of the renovations and restoration of the
1895 Alfred Muller Galveston Orphanage re-built after the 1900 storm in1904 by Micheal B. Stowe
THE BRYAN MUSEUM
We are excited to welcome
Ron Stricklin, Landscape Architect
to our Team!
Thanks for visiting LDG!