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Allyson Mendenhall of Design Workshop

“I’m thrilled to be recognized by the ASLA for my contributions to the landscape architecture profession. Being elevated to Fellow in the Leadership and Management category reinforces my focus on methods and best practices, and my efforts to share them with the broader profession.”

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) formally recognized Allyson Mendenhall as one of its 2019 elected Fellows at its annual Conference on Landscape Architecture.

Elevation to the ASLA Council of Fellows is among the highest honors that the ASLA bestows upon its members and recognizes their contributions to the profession and is based on their work, leadership and management, knowledge and service to society at large. The designation of Fellow is granted to individuals in recognition of their exceptional accomplishments throughout their career.

Allyson received her nomination from ASLA’s Colorado Chapter. A Principal and LEED-certified landscape architect in Design Workshop’s Denver office, she directs DW Legacy Design®, the firm’s method for comprehensive sustainable performance on every project, as well as its project and quality management standards. A published author of best practices for planners and designers, many of Allyson’s programs serve as national models for the profession, and she is widely sought-after nationally and locally for board leadership roles. Her leadership on the Landscape Architecture Foundation Board of Directors helped to refine the Landscape Performance Series and set a new standard for the profession. She is a Mayoral Trustee of the Denver Botanic Gardens, a member of the Advisory Board of the University of Colorado Denver College of Architecture and Planning and serves on the Harvard Alumni Association Board Executive Committee. With over 20 years of professional experience, Allyson’s innovative landscape architecture practice serves as an inspiration for the profession.

“I’m thrilled to be recognized by the ASLA for my contributions to the landscape architecture profession. Being elevated to Fellow in the Leadership and Management category reinforces my focus on methods and best practices, and my efforts to share them with the broader profession.”

Founded in 1969, Design Workshop is an internationally renowned landscape architecture, urban design, planning and strategic services firm with eight offices in the U.S. and projects spanning the globe. The firm has been recognized with over 360 prestigious awards for its work, including the recognition of an ASLA National Honor Award of Planning and Analysis for South Grand Boulevard Great Streets Initiative. Design Workshop differentiates its planning and design process through DW Legacy Design®, the integration of art, community, environment and economics, in every project. From fragile ecosystems to urban sites in rapidly changing cities, Design Workshop works in challenging environments around the world. For additional information visit http://www.designworkshop.com.

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