Firm of the Year

Our passion starts with our people.

CLH began as a passion for designing special places that enhance children’s lives and has elevated into a diverse and multi-disciplined practice focused on developing complex and innovative designs for all facets of the community.

Principals

Chris Hilt

FASLA, PLA, LEED AP, CPD

President

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Steve Miller

PE

Vice President

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Renee Pfeifer

ASLA, PLA

Vice President

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Zak Pierce

ASLA, PLA, LEED AP

Vice President

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Ken Loring

PE, PLS

Principal

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Glenn Medlin

ASLA, PLA, LEED AP

Principal

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Alice Reese

ASLA, PLA, CPSI

Principal

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Staff

Y'Hoshua Aal-Anubia

Landscape Designer

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Hannah Banks

EI

Civil Designer

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Laura Buker

Civil Designer

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Lauren Dickson

ASLA, PLA, LEED Green Associate

Landscape Architect

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Keith Downing

ASLA, PLA

Landscape Architect

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Bill Hamilton

ASLA, PLA

Landscape Architect

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Shannon Healy

EI

Civil Designer

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Lisa Levin

Accountant

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Daniela Lovera

Civil Designer

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Brian Lussier

Construction Administration/Field Representative

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Troy Olson

ASLA, PLA

Landscape Architect and Field Representative

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James Reese

Construction Administration Field Representative

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Heather Rhymes

Landscape Designer

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Melissa Richards

CPSM

Marketing Manager

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Chris Hilt

FASLA, PLA, LEED AP, CPD

President

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Chris is a leader in environmentally friendly site design, incorporating fun, teachable moments whenever possible on her projects. She has dedicated her 36-year career to designing participatory, interactive outdoor spaces for all children of all abilities, with a strong emphasis on environmental education and community outreach. Her greatest professional achievement was being inducted into the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Council of Fellows in 2011 for her exceptional and innovative work in K-12 design. Under her guidance, CLH’s portfolio includes the design of more than 25 LEED projects and numerous environmental stewardship awards, proof of her commitment to leaving a big impression through a small footprint.