Principal Lynne Dwyer is a Los Angeles native and a professional landscape architect whose strengths include working with communities, non-profit organizations and government agencies to develop parks and greenways. Lynne has managed dozens of public open space projects from concept and funding development, to agency coordination, regulatory permitting and implementation. Through her vision, drive, and leadership, many innovative park projects were created along the Los Angeles River and the Arroyo Seco restoring forsaken waterways into landscapes for people and wildlife. Lynne is a LEED accredited professional.
Principal Martin Kammerer, Ph.D. is a hydrologist and geomorphologist with a focus on urban hydrology and environmental restoration design. Martin has spearheaded efforts to improve watershed health by introducing multiple-benefit parks and open space projects in strategic locations to improve public access, habitat connectivity, and water quality.
In his role as scientist and project manager, Martin has participated in the design and administration of high profile public park projects throughout Southern California. Notable projects include the design of the Tujunga Wash Stream Restoration Project and the conceptualization of the Pacoima Wash Greenway as a watershed and urban hydrology project.