Lisa Daye is a Senior Associate at CMG Landscape Architecture. As a designer with professional landscape experience in both Spain and the United States, Lisa has become adept in the development of urban spaces, from schematics through construction documentation. She values an approach to site design that provides ecological and social context, while maintaining a focus on constructability and quality. Lisa has worked on CMG’s most complex on-structure projects that integrate landscape and architecture, such as; the 80-acre Facebook Bayfront Campus in Menlo Park, as well as, the Moscone Center Expansion – a 300,000 square foot improvement area to the public realm of downtown San Francisco. Lisa uses her ability to collaborate across disciplines to engage environmental sustainability through teaching at University of California, Berkeley, in addition to being a Graduate Student Instructor under Walter Hood. Lisa holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Clemson University - College of Art, Architecture, and Humanities.