Hannah Banks, EIT
Hannah Lintner, ASLA, PLA
Troy Olson, ASLA, PLA
Melissa Richards, CPSM
Alice has more than 15 years of experience in design, project management and administration of multiple projects from initial concept to construction. Her experience includes a wide range of projects, but her passion lies with park and playground design. She strongly advocates creating dynamic outdoor environments in schools and parks to promote environmental awareness and physical fitness to enhance children’s health and wellness, and most importantly, let them be kids.
Greg Hilt, ASLA, PLA
Bill Hamilton, ASLA, PLA
Keith Downing, ASLA, PLA
Zak’s passion lies within promoting environmental awareness and conservation through safe, functional and dynamic designs. He is dedicated to the profession of landscape architecture and served as the President for the North Carolina Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects. He is continuing his dedication to ASLA by serving as the Chapter Presidents Council Chair-Elect where he works to bridge the gaps among all of the state chapters. As both a licensed landscape architect and LEED AP professional, he understands the delicate balance of designing for function, safety, and sustainability.
Glenn has more than 15 years of site design, project management and construction administration experience for multiple K-12 school systems, universities, municipalities, and various parks and recreation projects. Specializing in both sustainable design and construction administration allows him to provide environmentally friendly design, with detailed attention to natural resources during all project phases.
Renee has more than 15 years of site design, project management, permitting, and construction administration experience with clients such as K-12 school systems, universities, municipalities, and various parks and recreation associations. Her devotion to the field of landscape architecture inspires her to create comfortable and functional outdoor spaces for a variety of CLH design’s educational and community clients. She has worked on more than 40 K-12 projects which provides her with consistent opportunities for collaboration with school systems, architects, and regulators through all phases of design.
Ken has more than 30 years of engineering experience for a variety of CHL’s community and educational projects. As one of CLH’s lead civil engineers, his specialties include site design, roadway design, stormwater management and design, sediment and erosion control, and utility design. In addition to providing engineering expertise, Ken serves in a mentorship and quality control role for CLH projects and helps staff adhere to project deadlines.
Steve has more than 23 years of engineering design, project management and construction administration for multiple commercial, institutional, industrial and residential projects. He remains involved in all phases of CLH projects from preliminary design until final construction. His field of specialization is high performance design of educational and institutional sites stressing environmentally friendly development to provide protection of natural resources by means of practices that also enhance the site’s educational resources.
Chris is a leader in environmentally friendly site design, incorporating fun, teachable moments whenever possible on her projects. She has dedicated her 35-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 20 LEED projects and numerous environmental stewardship awards, proof of her commitment to leaving a big impression through a small footprint.