PWP Landscape Architecture

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Carmen Arroyo

Carmen has been with PWP for over 12 years. For the last 8 years she has been the Controller, responsible for the financial operations of PWP including budgets, forecasts, and overseeing accounts receivable and accounts payable. She works closely with Sandra Harris, Operations Manager, to control overhead costs. She is also responsible for working with the project managers in the billing process of client contracts. She graduated from the University of Phoenix in 2006 with a degree in Financial Accounting. 

Laurel Hunter

Laurel is a landscape designer with 13 years experience in the field of landscape architecture and planning. She has worked on many complex projects, including the 9/11 Memorial, and has a strong background in sustainable design and planting. Laurel has experience with a broad range project types and scales, including the design of corporate headquarters, campus master plans, civic spaces, streetscapes, hotels and resorts, and garden design. Laurel received her Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from Cornell University.

Cornelia Roppel

Since 2003, Cornelia has coordinated complex, large scale national and international projects for PWP from beginning to end. She brings both design and management skills to long-term projects in the master-planning, schematic and design development phases. She has the ability to carry projects from vision to detailed design so that it is coherently ready for the construction document phase. And she is particularly interested in creating spaces to work and rest in. Before coming to PWP, she began her career in Germany where she worked for such distinguished employers as Latz-Riehl Partner in Kassel, Germany, and has taught Vectorworks at the University of California and University of Kassel.

Steve Tycz

Steve is a licensed landscape architect with over 17 years of professional experience working on a variety of projects ranging in scale and complexity including university campuses, public parks, urban plazas, and streetscapes. His avid interest in how things are built has led to his focus on construction documentation and construction phase services. Steve has been engaged in the design, documentation, and construction at Glenstone for more than six years, which includes the development/renovation of the 230-acre museum campus, and installation of more than 6000 trees. He received a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from the University of Connecticut and prior to joining PWP worked with The SWA Group and Martha Schwartz Inc.