Sr Project Manager Landscape Architect resume example with 19+ years of experience

(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105

Licensed Landscape Architect with experience creating innovative designs that integrate sustainable solutions into the built environment. Work experience spans both private and public sectors in several geographically unique regions of the United States, including California coastline, Yosemite National Park, the Intermountain Region of Utah and Idaho, the Appalachians of Central Pennsylvania, and throughout the mid-Atlantic area. Dedicated to creating design solutions that integrate people with places that are ecologically sound, culturally significant, and aesthetically pleasing. Active member of American Society of Landscape Architects.

Areas of Expertise
  • Project management
  • Strong conceptual and schematic design skills
  • Site and environmental analysis
  • Multidisciplinary collaboration
  • Hand- and computer-generated renderings
  • Public presentations
  • Award-winning proposals
  • Ecological integration
  • Construction detailing expertise
  • Government and private sector networking
The Pennsylvania State University State College, PA Expected in 2005 Master of Landscape Architecture : Landscape Architecture - Watershed Planning Option - GPA :
Utah State University Logan, UT Expected in 1999 Bachelor of Landscape Architecture : Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning - GPA :
  • LEED Green Associate Preparation Course (2012)
  • Ecological and Geomorphic Principles of Stream Restoration, Short Course (2008)
  • Registered Landscape Architect (UT, MD, NC, VA, DE)
Professional Experience
Langan - Sr. Project Manager/Landscape Architect
Fort Lauderdale, FL, 10/2006 - Current
  • Managed finances, design projects, and personnel in developing master plans, conceptual designs, construction documents, specifications, and cost estimates for small- and large-scale public and private projects
  • Coordinated with and/or managed engineers (civil, geotechnical, structural, transportation), architects, and surveyors to provide exceptional design work within budget and on time
  • Developed sustainable project designs using principles for Green Infrastructure, Low Impact Development, and SITES
  • Collaborated with architects and engineers on several LEED-rated projects
  • Applied for and obtained various types of permits, including public works, 404 (Wetlands and Waterways), section 106 (Historic Preservation Act), transportation, E & S (erosion and sediment control), and stormwater management
  • Implemented both hand- and computer-generated graphical skills (including AutoCAD, Photoshop, and SketchUp) to enhance design process and communication for marketing, proposals, and clients
  • Authored contract-winning proposals for government and private projects
National Park Service - Cultural Landscape Architect
City, STATE, 08/2005 - 11/2006
  • Directed the cultural landscape architecture program for Yosemite National Park in collaboration with park historian, historic architect, and archeologist
  • Collaborated with members of multidisciplinary resource management division, including wildlife biologists, hydrologists, botanists, ecologists, and other park staff to manage historic landscapes and natural resources
  • Authored planning documents for cultural landscape and visual resources throughout the park
  • Supervised site analysis and field/GIS mapping for cultural landscape inventory
  • Prepared proposals, cost estimates for analysis of visual landscape and scenic resources
  • Advised park management on cultural and historical resources relating to Historical Preservation Act
  • Authorized categorical exclusions for cultural landscapes within the park
  • Conducted public outreach for cultural resources with various stakeholders to include park staff, and the surrounding community
The Pennsylvania State University - Research/Teaching Assistant
City, STATE, 07/2003 - 07/2005
  • Conducted community meetings to help develop planning preferences for a grass-roots, community based watershed plan
  • Collected first-hand hydrological data (temperature data, stream buffer quality, invertebrate counts, fish counts, stream flow, pollutants) to support watershed plan
  • Calculated total maximum daily load (TMDL) models and visual simulations to forecast future growth scenarios and their environmental impacts on surrounding streams, open spaces, and rural character
  • Analyzed environmental features and developed spatial models using raster and vector spatial data and tablature data using GIS systems
Forest Service - Landscape Architect
City, STATE, 10/2001 - 06/2003
  • Served as lead landscape architect for 2002 Winter Olympic venues on National Forest lands
  • Presented ecological concepts and landscape architecture techniques to Forest Service staff for recreational opportunities and visual resource mitigation
  • Designed various natural recreational public spaces in Nevada, Utah, Idaho, California
  • Assisted multidisciplinary planning efforts to develop forest management plans
  • Conducted site analysis and land surveys for projects located in naturalized areas
  • Performed scenery management and visual simulations for projects using landscape elements to guide creation of mitigation measures

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  • 2014 - Metro Washington ACEC Honor Award for Greening DC Streets
  • 2013 - Potomac ASLA Merit Award for Woodside Urban Park
  • 2013 - Maryland ACEC Merit Award for Witter Fields
  • 2012 - Maryland ASLA Travel Award for Little Bennett Day Use Area
  • 2012 - National ASLA Service Award for Coolidge High School Greenhouse Gardens
  • 2011 - Maryland ACEC Merit Award County Administration Plaza
  • 2005 - Pennsylvania ASLA Chapter Merit Award for Visual Assessment of Riparian Buffers Research
  • 2002 - US Department of Agriculture Plow Award for 2002 Winter Olympics Planning & Design

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School Attended

  • The Pennsylvania State University
  • Utah State University

Job Titles Held:

  • Sr. Project Manager/Landscape Architect
  • Cultural Landscape Architect
  • Research/Teaching Assistant
  • Landscape Architect


  • Master of Landscape Architecture
  • Bachelor of Landscape Architecture

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