Offered consulting on multiple projects for design and construction throughout the campus
Worked within the historic fabric of the campus and threshold to the city of Easton
Conceived an interpretive restoration of the historic McKelvy House garden originally designed by Marian Cruger Coffin, who is recognized as one of the first, professional, female landscape architects in the United States.
Updated the grounds surrounding the McKelvy House to meet ADA compliance, while providing flexible gathering spaces for college and community events.
Created a larger gathering space outside of the historic Colton Chapel with a new water feature
Designed a veteran memorial plaza outside of the original athletic field house