As Principal Landscape Architect at Halvorson, Bryan has contributed to a range of complex, diverse, national, and regional award-winning pursuits. His passion for design is evident in his work, from engaging in a rigorous design process to researching innovative materials and structural solutions, which result in sophisticated and beautiful landscapes. His recent assignments include the ASLA-Award-of-Excellence-winning Lakewood Garden Mausoleum, the redesign of Harvard Square Plaza, and MBTA Government Center Station plaza improvements associated with the “greening” of Boston’s City Hall Plaza.
Bryan has extensive professional experience in a broad range of project categories in both the public and private sectors, from large-scale site planning and design for commercial and residential developments to detailed planning and design for plazas, streetscapes, parks, hospitals, museums, college and university campuses, and cemeteries.
Life Outside of Work
Bryan enjoys spending time at his home away from home in Ogunquit, ME, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.