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Fred Rozumalski

Fred Rozumalski

Fred has over two decades of experience in landscape architecture, ecology, horticulture, native-landscape design and restoration, and lake, stream, and wetland shoreline restoration, working with a broad range of public and private clients. He strives to work with nature to create economically viable, low-maintenance landscapes that are functional and beautiful while also supporting plant and animal diversity. His green-infrastructure stormwater-management BMPs incorporate rainwater gardens, pervious pavement, and underground storage. He also conducts natural resources inventories and cultural site analyses, designs parks, restores native-plant communities, and develops park and natural resource management plans. Fred helps clients adapt to climate change and develop resiliency strategies. A frequent lecturer on ecologically sound landscape design, water conservation, soil regeneration, and climate-change resiliency, he has also served as adjunct faculty for the University of Minnesota’s Department of Landscape Architecture. 

Details

Title

Landscape Architect and Ecologist

Education

BLA, Landscape Architecture, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

MLA, Landscape Architecture, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

BS, Horticulture Science, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

Office

Barr Engineering Co.
4300 MarketPointe Drive
Suite 200
Minneapolis, MN 55435
Phone: +1 952-832-2733

Related projects

Landscape master plan for Minnesota college campus
Park and landscape design for Mouse River enhanced flood protection project
O&M manual for green-infrastructure stormwater BMPs