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Todd Mead

Todd's work often involves the rehabilitation of natural systems and the reinterpretation of native landscapes as a means of making healthy urban places.

Todd is a landscape architect and urban designer with over thirty years in the profession. Todd has lead a broad range of work including urban parks, gardens, urban infill redevelopment, corporate and academic campus landscape architecture projects throughout the United States. He has collaborated with extensively with architects and has lead complex, integrated teams implementing projects for public and private clients. Todd has been actively involved with the Urban Land Institute, serving on the Gerald D. Hines Competition jury in 2013/14 and has presented at the ULI national meeting and other national conferences including the APWA, AGC, and ASLA. He has been a frequent critic at the University of Colorado at Denver and Boulder, and a juror for the ASLA student design awards at Colorado State University. Prior to joining PWP, Todd was a principal with Civitas and contributed to the firm wide management and design practice leadership.