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Andrew Louw joins our team in Boston

Andrew is a talented landscape designer with graduate degrees in landscape architecture and community planning from the University of Oregon and a Bachelor of Arts in human ecology from College of the Atlantic. He is committed to design that reveal’s a landscape’s cultural and ecological narratives through careful observation and creative interpretation. Before joining Warner Larson, Andrew worked at Beals and Thomas, Berkshire Design Group, and the Olmsted Center for Landscape...

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We are hiring to fill 2 positions

Warner Larson Landscape Architects has two full time open positions at our Boston office, and we are looking for candidates with solid experience, technical skills, confidence and a good work ethic to join our team. We are a collegial and collaborative group of professionals working out of a fun work space in the heart of South Boston’s rapidly transforming neighborhood. Our strong community focus is at the heart of our design for K-12 schools, parks, athletics and multi-family housing.

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Warner Larson to Design Henrico Park Splash Pad

Warner Larson is pleased to be working with the County of Henrico’s Division of Recreation and Parks designing a new Splash Pad  in Henrico, Virginia. As the landscape architect on the team, our role is to bring a creative vision to the splash pad design. Senior Associate Ti Johnson from our Virginia office will lead our office in designing a fun and unique splash pad experience on this collaborative...

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DCR Commissions Warner Larson to Evaluate Playgrounds Throughout Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation commissioned Warner Larson in January 2016 to inventory and evaluate playgrounds and hard courts throughout the state.  Park features and their condition will be documented in a GIS database collector. Warner Larson retained Nancy White, CPSI with Playground Inspections of New England for playground safety and accessibility evaluation. The geo-spatial database along with the evaluation and recommendations will enable strategic use of funding to focus maintenance, repairs and renovations on the greatest...

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Essex Technical High School Receives 2015 ENR Regional Best Project Award of Merit

The ENR Regional Best Project Award series is a celebration and honor of building teams that create extraordinary projects. The recently completed Essex Technical High School, a collaboration between Warner Larson and Design Partnership of Cambridge, has just been awarded an ENR Regional Best Project Award of Merit for 2015. The collaborative process between Warner Larson and Design Partnership of Cambridge highlights the achievement of sharing a vision and talent in creating a new high school, that supports more than 1100 students and provides them with hands-on technical, vocational, and agricultural...

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