Principal, PLA, ASLA
Eric believes that the planning and design of public spaces should provide strong social and health benefits to society.
Eric believes that the planning and design of public spaces should provide strong social and health benefits to society, with design choices based on sound reasoning and a regionally appropriate context. He is experienced in all facets of project design, management, and construction on a wide variety of public and private projects. His work has been recognized by chapters of the American Society of Landscape Architects. Eric attributes his enthusiasm for landscape architecture to his appreciation of the social benefits of successful outdoor spaces.
2017 INASLA Honor Award, South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan
2017 INASLA Design Unbuilt Works Merit Award, Wabash River Enhancement Promenade
2014 INASLA Award of Excellence, State Street Master Plan
2013 APA Ohio Award for Focused Built Project, Livingston Park and Corridor Improvements
2013 INASLA Design Unbuilt Works Merit Award, Bloomington Certified Technology Park