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Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects (NBW) is a 45-person firm with permanent offices in Charlottesville, Virginia, and New York City, and a field office in Melbourne, Australia. NBW’s innovative, research-based methodology draws inspiration from deep ecological and cultural research, assuring meaningful, inclusive, beautiful, and ecologically resilient designs for public parks, cultural institutions, memorials, campuses, and rural and urban agricultural landscapes.
Business Practices / Contracts / HR
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. Learn about the core business and organization principles that drive a mission-based practice and the culture that sustains it.
2. Learn how research and collaboration contribute to greater positive impact on our natural and build environments.
3. Consider the importance of cultural research and narrative as a means to promote equality in the physical public realm.
Thomas Woltz, FASLA; Breck Gastinger, ASLA; Chloe Hawkins, ASLA; Serena R. Nelson, ASLA; Susan Van Atta, FASLA
American Society of Landscape Architects