Juliet Vong, ASLA, LEED AP

PRESIDENT

Juliet’s eighteen years’ experience in landscape architecture, planning and urban design have provided a solid foundation for creating a thoughtful, innovative project that is responsive to client’s and community’s interests. Her project management approach integrates multiple disciplines in complex project settings to ensure accuracy of work and a balance to the overall design. As a member of the Green Building Council in the Cascadia Region, and a LEED Accredited Professional, Juliet understands the importance of integrating sustainability into the design process and will assist you in developing a framework for sustainability goals appropriate to your project. Her focus on planning and design of transportation corridors gives her an invaluable perspective on project development with expertise in urban settings, grant writing, urban design, sustainable technologies, graphic presentations, public involvement programs, and construction documents.

Lectures

  • King Conservation District, “Naturescaping Workshop,” guest speaker
  • “Design Process and Contract Document Seminar,” Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO), lecturer

Publications

  • “Rediscovering Our Urban Waterfront,” author, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
  • “Take A Walk On The Water Side,” brochure, coauthor, Seattle Public Utilities
  • “Lighting Brings Focus to Elements of Integrated Design,” author, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
  • “Public, Private Sectors Can Join Forces to Create Communities,” coauthor, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
  • “Going With The Flow,” author, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce

Public Service

  • AIA Seattle, affiliate board member
  • Parkour Visions (non-profit), board member
  • Friends of Jimi Hendrix Park, member
  • SR-520 Eastside Community Design Collaborative, advisor
  • Central Area Senior Center Visioning Process, participant