Jason’s work with large-scale urban and waterfront design is rooted in the belief that improving cities to be more sustainable, resilient, and accommodating for people not only improves lives but also increases density and lessens the potential for harm to our planet. His portfolio of large, resilient projects on the waterfronts of Washington, DC, and New York City demonstrates that shaping the water’s edge fulfills an opportunity to connect a city to its history, its people’s needs, and its potential for future prosperity. Jason has spent more than twenty-five years working with sustainable projects in both urban and waterfront environments, developing strong leadership skills in collaboration with hard-working design and construction teams, resulting in a steadily growing list of proud and satisfied clients.
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Jason initiated a series of daily learning opportunities and training events for the DC studio each February; billed as Techno-ary, the month brings a fun series of daily email, learning sessions, pin-ups, and trivia nights, which not only foster continued education throughout the studio but also strengthenits comradery and culture.