Baltimore, MD –Baltimore-based landscape architecture firm Floura Teeter Landscape Architects (FTLA) recently added Steve Allison and Adriana Mendoza to its team as landscape designers. Additionally, FTLA welcomes intern Kathleen Hayes to its team for the summer.
Allison earned a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture from West Virginia University and has six years of landscape design experience, including work on the I-95 Express Toll Lanes (ETL) White Marsh Run Wetland Mitigation Project. Allison, who recently achieved LEED Green Associate accreditation, will apply his knowledge and experience to FTLA’s transportation, environmental and municipal projects.
Mendoza holds a master’s degree in landscape architecture from the University of Maryland. Most recently, she served as a research assistant at the University of Maryland, assisting with the creation of Open Space in the City of Takoma Park, MD. For FTLA, Mendoza will be working on the company’s education, parks and recreation and transportation projects.
Hayes has served as an intern with the firm since May with plans to continue throughout the summer. She holds a Master of Fine Arts in Design from The George Washington University and is working towards a master’s degree in landscape architecture from the University of Maryland with an expected graduation date of 2016. Also a LEED Green Associate, Hayes primarily assists FTLA with the Baltimore Red Line Art in Transit program, as well as the Hollywood Wind and Weather park project.
FTLA president and founder Joan Floura says, “We’re pleased to welcome these three individuals to our team. Their education, experience and eagerness to learn will make a positive impact on our company and contribute to the continued excellence in service and expertise in design that we consistently deliver to our clients.”