Kevin CongerPLA, FASLA
Kevin is a Founding Partner of CMG Landscape Architecture. With a focus towards creating democratic public space and improving the social and ecological wellbeing of our cities, he believes greater community awareness and engagement results in better stewardship and more sustainable communities. Kevin is leading many of CMG’s largest and most complex open space projects in the Bay Area - valued partners include the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy for ongoing stewardship of Crissy Field and other agencies and institutions dedicated to thriving cities. Through raising awareness and empowering communities with projects like Rise Up, Kevin has taken his knowledge of sea level rise adaptation planning and put it into practice within CMG’s largest, multi-year, urban waterfront projects including; the Treasure Island Master Plan & Parks and Open Space Implementation and the SF Waterfront Resilience Program. He was awarded a Seed Fund Fellowship for his commitment to creating more vibrant, democratic public spaces in San Francisco, and is a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects. Kevin lectures frequently on the issues of public space, ecology, and design. He also contributes considerable volunteer efforts for public space issues. Kevin holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from Rhode Island School of Design and a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture degree from California Polytechnic State University.