Jason is an Associate at CMG Landscape Architecture with 22 years of experience. With extensive experience in site design, construction documentation, construction administration and implementation, he has a primary role on a variety of institutional, campus, multi-family housing, and public projects.
Jason brings a level of excellence to CMG’s construction detailing, planting design, and integration of site-specific ecology and natural systems. He has been a leader for the Facebook Bayfront Campus project team – using his experience, his specialization in planting design, and extensive coordination skills with engineering and architectural disciplines, he has successfully created a vital and a biodiverse habitat within an expansive campus rooftop park.
Jason received an Annual Excellence on the Waterfront Jury Award for his work on the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project from The Waterfront Center. His work on the Facebook Bayfront Campus has awarded the project an Award of Excellence from the American Society of Landscape Architects and an Honor Award from ASLA National. He holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Oregon, as well as a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from the San Francisco Art Institute.
Merit Award, Facebook Bayfront Campus, ASLA National
Award of Excellence, Facebook Bayfront Campus, ASLA Northern California
23rd Annual Excellence on the Waterfront Jury Award, South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project, The Waterfront Center
Deal of the Year Award, 301 Mission Street Residential Towers, San Francisco Business Journal
Winning Design: Pink Triangle Park & Memorial
California Academy of Sciences
Through collaborative design process with the Academy’s leaders, researchers and gardeners, CMG developed a master plan to expand the east and west gardens. The master planning effort led to CMG’s continued involvement with the cultural institution to improve the museums front step and entryway. Project goals included increasing museum capacity for all visitors, creating a compelling identity for each garden, and developing gardens that are environmentally sustainable and easy to maintain.
The 1-acre public park is a vibrant community space serving families and residents from several surrounding neighborhoods. The project exemplifies how community members, public agencies, and forward- thinking developers can come together to provide much needed housing and public open space on underused brownfield sites. The simplicity and openness of the project are complemented by fluid forms, robust materials and attention to craft and detail to create an idiosyncratic and welcoming space.
Meta Headquarters is situated in a rapidly evolving and liminal landscape. Over the last decade, the campus has evolved into a complex mosaic of social spaces, ecology, and infrastructure. The design responds to this challenging context with inventive solutions that build on company culture to create a vibrant, sustainable workplace.
CMG collaborated with the Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands for a decade to transform the historic estate into a Camp David of the West. Many projects were undertaken, beginning with the adaptive reuse of employee housing as the Cottages Retreat, a campus for VIP convocation, and culminating with construction of the Administration Campus, a place for community interaction that manifests Sunnylands’ identity and legacy.