Jason Williams, PLA, ASLA

Associate | Lead Landscape Architect

About Jason

Jason is a Lead Landscape Architect and Urban Designer who provides visioning at project initiation, works to engage the public, and reimagines new spaces, from city blocks to small courtyards. His collection of work spans from regional and community master planning and conceptual site design to detailed construction plans. His projects include coastal resiliency/riverine restoration, downtown revitalization plans, multimodal/transit-oriented development plans, educational facilities, parks, and linear greenways.

He is the recipient of multiple awards, including the 2017 American Architecture Prize and 2018 Merit Award from the Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (CTASLA). In 2015, he received an Honor Award from CTASLA for the Shoreline Stabilization Manual: A Homeowners Guide to Shoreline Stabilization and Vegetated Buffer Zones. Jason recently presented a workshop to the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NYCDEP) on riparian stabilization.

Expertise

Jason, a licensed Landscape Architect in Connecticut, received a B.S. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Montana and an M.S. in Ecological Design from Conway School of Landscape Design. Additional certifications, memberships, awards, and areas of expertise include:

NCI Charrettes + Design Thinking Harvard University
Urban Land Institute
U.S. Green Building Council
American Society of Landscape Architects
2017 CT ASLA Merit Award Entertainment & Media Company Campus Green
2012 CT ASLA Merit Award and 1st Place CT Green Building Council Bristol K-8 School
2011 CT ASLA Merit Award Reconstruction of Rockwell Park
Learn more about the 2017 American Architecture Prize

Project experience