Kevin Jeffery, Associate Landscape Architect
Kevin is an urban planner, landscape and architectural designer. Kevin focuses on waterscape design as well as sustainable green infrastructure. A new addition to MRV, he recently graduated from University of Texas at Austin with a Masters in Landscape Architecture. Specializing in innovative urban design technologies, he utilizes the healing powers of natural environment in his work which gained him the inaugural Emerging Leader River Hero award from the River Network. Kevin acts as Associate Landscape Architect within the MRV Design Team, playing major roles in Planning projects. He will provide architectural assistance as well as sustainable concepts for proposed spaces and programing.
For Kevin, creating stronger bonds between communities and their natural resources has always been a passion both personally and professionally.
Although relatively new to Southeast Alaska, Kevin brings the knowledge and experience from working on sustainability initiatives in two other capitol regions, District of Columbia and Austin Texas. He has worked for responsible development in the private, nonprofit and government sectors. In addition, he has created an administered his own large scale project in a city wide water research study called "Blue Index". Blue Index is a project to expand public participation in the protection and management of waterways in Austin Texas. The project aims to improve a city's narrative criteria by demonstrating the connection between the health of our waterways and our own well being.
Kevin brings a wealth of skills and perspective to the MRV Design Team. MRV looks forward to seeing his career blossom.
Master of Landscape Architecture, University of Texas at Austin, 2019
Bachelor of Arts, Marketing and Urban Development, University of Texas at Arlington, 2008
Inaugural River Network Emerging Leader River Hero, 2019
Landscape Architecture Foundation Olmsted Scholar, 2019
Planet Texas 2050 Water Fellow, 2018
Garden Club of America Douglas Dockery Thomas Fellow, 2017