We have a commitment to creating a better Colorado Springs. With that, I am proud to have worked with several non-profit organizations or funded projects while at ALC. I have a great deal of compassion for each of the organizations that we worked with. As a result, I happily offered discounts on our services. Included projects were as follows:

  1. Springs Rescue Mission: Landscape Architect for the Phase II of Master Plan. Sub-Consultant to Echo Architecture (Phase I completed as a sub-consultant to RTA Architects). (Landscape Development PlanDrawings and Landscape Construction Drawings).
  2. Springs Food Rescue: Landscape Architect and Civil Engineer for new facility located at the southern end of Institute Street near Downtown (Civil and Landscape Development Plan and Construction Drawings).
  3. Concrete Coyote (Couch): Plannner and Civil Engineer for the Planned Learning Lab and Workshop for the non-profit organization. (Rezoning, Civil Engineering Development Plan Drawings and Civil Construction Drawings)
  4. Working Fusion at Mill Street (Neighborhood): Land Surveyor, Planner, Civil Engineer and Landscape Architect for the 18-unit Tiny Home Development aimed to assist otherwise homeless individuals and small families. (Rezoning, Development Plan, and Construction Drawings).

Beyond Colorado Springs, we also proudly worked with the Gateway Prayer Garden along I-25 in Fountain. This project created a place for individuals of all religions to contemplate and pray.

As I move forward, outside of ALC, I intend to maintain discounted services to similar organizations. Although it is not a non profit, one of these organizations includes Bread & Butter Market. I am providing 3D rendering services for the much anticipated market. This is an exciting project for our City; it has been needed for over a decade and am thrilled to work with Bread & Butter!