Pamela ConradPLA, LEED AP


Pamela Conrad applies over 15 years of experience as a landscape architect transforming challenged urban areas into highly valued public realm open spaces. Pamela is a CMG leader, managing two of the largest environmentally innovative projects in the Bay Area responding to Climate Change — Treasure Island and the San Francisco Seawall Project. She brings a strong ecological background to her projects and work on resiliency and climate change solutions, which is rooted in her passion for the environment developed as a child growing up on a farm, degrees in Plant Science and regenerative focused landscape architecture, and experience restoring waterways at the US Army Corps of Engineers. She is a recipient of the 2018 Landscape Architecture Foundation Fellowship for development of the Landscape Carbon Calculator – the product of an extensive research initiative on Climate Positive solutions which she is sharing at lectures and events to academics and professionals around the globe.
  • Master of Landscape Architecture;  California State Polytechnic University
  • ItalArt – Santa Chiara Study Program
    Castiglion Fiorentino • Tuscany • Italy
  • Bachelor of Science in Plan Science, emphasis
    in Landscape Design
    University of Missouri, Cum Lade, departmental