Landscape Architect & Specifier News

OCT 2016

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24 Landscape Architect and Specifier News 2 0 1 6 A S L A F e l l o w s Category: Works Category: Leadership/Management Category: Leadership/Management Category: Works E . T i m o t h y M a r s h a l l ETM Associates LLC, Highland Park, N.J. Timothy Marshall is a leader in public space management. He has provided strategies and guidance for many of the nation's most respected landscape architecture firms and has an impressive list of significant national and international projects. His work is guided by the notion that parks and public spaces that thrive are those that transcend the commonplace in design quality, programming, facilities and maintenance. Beginning with his early work on Central Park, he is now an international authority and high-level practitioner of the art of park creation, restoration and operation. # 28692 L u c y L a w l i s s T o m L e a d e r Tom Leader Studio, Berkeley Tom Leader's career is distinguished by his ability to design and build artful parks, campuses and urban projects and apply those talents to communities that have the most to gain from them. Among his artistically original projects based on concepts of local culture are Shanghai Carpet, exhibited at the 2005 MoMA Groundswell Exhibit and Pool Pavilion Forest, which received a 2009 ASLA Honor Award. He is a respected advocate for the role of landscape architecture in the transformation of cities: Birmingham's Railroad Park, RiverFirst (five miles of the Minneapolis riverfront) and Richmond Bayway, his firm's current pro bono initiative in San Francisco, are prime examples. # 28691 R o b e r t G o l d e Towers|Golde LLC, New Haven, Conn. The bold clarity and elegant simplicity evident in Robert Golde's body of work belies his sophistication and technical achievement. His greatest works have resolved complex programmatic needs on difficult, historically sensitive and often constricted sites. His advocacy for the profession and for the principles of sustainability and humanism extend far beyond his built work. His service and outreach have advanced significantly the visibility and efficacy of the profession, garnered the respect of allied professionals, and encouraged the next generation of practitioners. # 28689 National Park Service (Retired), Bradenton, Fla. Lucy Lawliss was the first historical landscape architect hired by NPS in the southeast region, and has risen to national leadership and managed some of our country's most treasured landscapes. Her career has ranged from regional cultural landscape program manager, to superintendent of three national parks and as the national NPS program manager in Washington, D.C. She has authored and edited award-winning publications and served on influential national boards, which includes her tenure as chair for the National Association for Olmsted Parks. She has also participated as a consultant to protect and promote nationally and internationally significant landscapes. #28690 Category: Service C h a r l e s F r y l i n g Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge Through his significant and longstanding volunteer service Charles Fryling has led multiple diverse efforts to preserve and create significant environmental landscapes in Louisiana and neighboring states. His generous pro bono devotion of time and knowledge as a landscape architect have preserved the cultural heritage these landscapes embody. He is a leading spokesman and expert in the protection of the Atchafalaya River, the nation's largest river basin swamp and the principal distributary of the Mississippi River. # 28688 (Continued on page 26)

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