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Rhodeside & Harwell hire three

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The landscape architect firm added to its Alexandria, Va., staff.

| April 6, 2012

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Rhodeside & Harwell, a planning and landscape architecture practice, has added three landscape architects to its Alexandria, Va., staff. The professionals will support the firm’s varied practice in public- and private-sector projects nationwide.

Stan Johnson is a landscape architect with more than 20 years of experience. Johnson has practiced extensively in the Western U.S., including Colorado and Nevada, as well as overseas. His portfolio includes urban mixed-use developments, streetscapes, regional parks, sports and recreational facilities, transportation initiatives and civic projects. Johnson holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Nevada Las Vegas.

Monica Streeper recently completed the Master of Landscape Architecture program at the Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center. She holds a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies from Virginia Tech. Her experience in landscape architecture includes a focus on sustainable design and stormwater management, including the design of rain gardens and green roofs.

Brett Wallace joins Rhodeside & Harwell after serving as a senior urban designer in the New York City Department of Transportation’s Urban Design & Art unit, where he focused on the design of dynamic, pedestrian-friendly streetscapes throughout the city’s five boroughs. His experience also includes a number of campus and park projects. Wallace holds degrees in landscape architecture and landscape/turf management from Virginia Tech and Colorado State. He recently passed the Landscape Architects Registration Exam (LARE) in New York. He is also a certified arborist with the International Society of Arborists.
 

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