Landscape Architecture is central to the network of professions planning and designing buildings, parks, schools, and residential communities. Especially on sites with wetlands or other sensitive resources, effective site design depends on informed interaction with scientists and engineers.
Licensed in Connecticut, New York, and Massachusetts, Steve is a graduate of the College of William & Mary and earned his Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Massachusetts. His practice is divided between consulting commissions for architects and engineers, and as the prime designer working for municipalities, schools, institutional clients, developers, and home owners.
His expertise can be readily integrated with any design team. He subcontracts, as needed for architectural, civil engineering, and surveying.
Expertise in several areas has brought awards, honors, and lecture invitations. Projects include: Schools, Parks and Playgrounds, Sports facilities, Churches, Multi-family housing, Affordable Housing, Assisted Living Facilities, Elder Housing, Corporate and Commercial Development, Inland Wetlands Permitting, Private Residential Landscapes, and Swimming Pools.
He is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, Milford Trees, Inc. and is on the Board of Directors of the Milford Cemetery Association and served as Chairman of the Milford Tree Commission.