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David R. Schreiber
, PLA, ASLA
608-255-0800 | dschreiber@saa-madison.com
Principal
Senior Landscape Architect
Open Space Planner

David Schreiber is one of the Midwest’s most experienced landscape architects, with a private practice career that started in 1972.  He has an extensive  background in open space, land use, and redevelopment planning, design, and implementation. His approach is comprehensive, with thorough consideration given to a project’s functional, aesthetic and environmental issues. Dave’s experience with public process facilitation and a proven ability to craft funding strategies that build public/private partnerships have played a valuable role in urban revitalization projects throughout the region.

Licensed Landscape Architect in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Illinois.

Bachelor of Science, Landscape Architecture, UW- Madison
American Society of Landscape Architects
Urban Land Institute
Center for New Urbanism
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Gil Jevne
, PLA, ASLA
608-441-3577 | gjevne@saa-madison.com
Associate
Senior Landscape Architect
Urban Designer

Gil Jevne has brought his award winning urban design skills to SAA since 1989.  Gil’s design expertise is focused on public open spaces, parks, streetscapes, environmental graphics, wayfinding, and signage, and community gateway features. His project implementation skills include construction documents, cost estimates, project bidding, and construction administration. Gil’s designs have helped provide support and momentum for major urban redevelopment and revitalization initiatives throughout Wisconsin and Illinois. He has also served as a consultant for both the National and Wisconsin Main Street Associations on downtown master planning and design initiatives.

Registered Landscape Architect in Wisconsin.

Bachelor of Science, Landscape Architecture, UW-Madison
American Society of Landscape Architects
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John Lichtenheld
, PE, AICP
608-255-0800 | jlichtenheld@saa-madison.com
Principal
Senior Civil Engineer
Transportation Planner

John Lichtenheld has extensive experience in transportation, civil engineering, and land use planning. A former municipal engineer for the City of Middleton, WI, and Sandy, OR, John has coordinated numerous planning and design projects in Wisconsin, Illinois, Oregon, and Washington since 1976. Expertise includes transportation planning, traffic analysis, site design, street and utility engineering, bike path design, and traffic calming. 

John has been involved in the design and management of a multitude of projects including Alliant Energy Center Expansion, Peoria Methodist Hospital Expansion, Novation Center Development, Middleton Greenway Center, UW Health East, Edgewood College Master Plan, and Mukwonago STH 83 reroute.

Licensed Professional Engineer in Wisconsin and Illinois. 

Masters of Science, Urban Planning, University of Iowa
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Bradley University
American Planning Association
American Institute of Certified Planners
The Institute of Transportation Engineers
Engineers Without Borders
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Blake Theisen
, PLA, ASLA, CPSI
608-441-3569 | btheisen@saa-madison.com
Associate
Landscape Architect
Park Planner

Blake has been providing exceptional quality experience in recreational facility site analysis, planning, design and implementation since 1999. His start-to-finish involvement ensures that projects are delivered on time and as envisioned. A skilled and visionary project leader, Blake’s project expertise includes comprehensive outdoor recreation plans, park master plans, athletic complexes, community water parks, skate parks, and playgrounds. With a background in botany and ecology, he promotes environmental stewardship that informs creativity and preservation throughout facility planning and design.

Blake is a regular speaker at state and national conferences on the subjects of innovative design and materials use, public involvement, and community planning.  He is a skilled public process facilitator and a convener of community leaders.  He strives to ensure actionable, sustainable solutions are developed and maintained throughout a project’s conceptualization, planning, and development.

Licensed Landscape Architect in Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, and Indiana.  NPSI Certified Playground Safety Inspector. ISA Certified Arborist

Bachelors of Arts, Botany, Miami University of Oxford, Ohio
American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)
International Society of Arboriculture (ISA)
Wisconsin Park & Recreation Association (WPRA)
North Lakeland Discovery Center - Board of Directors
State of Wisconsin NRT Trails Council
State of Wisconsin Urban Forestry Council
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Julie Lund
608-255-0800 | jlund@saa-madison.com
Accountant
Business Manager

Julie’s experience as a business and human resources manager ensures a professional and efficient workplace. She manages accounts receivable and payable utilizing state of the art software ensuring our clients hassle free financial interaction. Julie also provides grant administration services to many of our clients.

 

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Tracy Hunt
608-255-0800 | thunt@saa-madison.com
Administrative Assistant

Tracy provides top level administrative services and operational support for business development initiatives and report documentation.  Tracy provides customer assistance, schedules and coordinates meetings, appointments, events and assists with accounts payable.  Her enthusiastic approach creates a high standard of professionalism for SAA Design Group clients and team members.

Bachelor of Science, UW-LaCrosse
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Jacob Blue
, PLA, ASLA
608-441-3564 | jblue@saa-madison.com
Landscape Architect, Ecosystems Services Project Manager

Jacob has been changing how design is done for the last 14 years. A national leader in the emerging fields of Ecosystem Services Management and Ecological Design; he is a classically trained landscape architect and field ecologist. He has coauthored papers and textbooks exploring the nexus of design and ecological science and has participated in and led ecologically-based design projects throughout the United States, India, Peru, and Chile. Using a subtractive rather than an additive design approach, he evaluates the historical and potential ecological communities of a site and then carves out the design program to ensure the maximum ecosystem services can be provided.

Registered Landscape Architect in Wisconsin, Missouri, and Pennsylvania.

Master of Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison, WI
Bachelors of Landscape Architecture, The Pennsylvania State University-State College, PA
American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Vegetation Subcommittee and Technical Core, the Sustainable Site Initiative (SITES)
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Marcus Fink
, PE
608-441-3598 | mfink@saa-madison.com
Civil Engineer

Experienced in street and stormwater facility design since 2000, Marcus, a former construction worker, applies his construction site experience into his designs. Whether designing for redevelopments or new construction, Marcus has the practical experience to foresee potential project conflicts, construction issues, and cost savings to expedite project completion.

Licensed Professional Engineer in Wisconsin.

United States Marine Corps
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, UW-Platteville
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Aaron Williams
, PLA, ASLA
608-441-3595 | awilliams@saa-madison.com
Associate
Landscape Architect
Illustrator

As a licensed landscape architect occupied in the profession since 2001, Aaron works effectively at bridging the spatial tangent between Architect and Engineer. His focus is on contextual materiality being grounded in the identification and definition of a site’s offerings to create innovative-place based results. With a philosophy centered around three connected concepts: A thorough understanding of ‘site’ to achieve a desired creation of place; Understanding the role of human occupation in a site and how that informs meaningful design; and the execution of construction into a ‘made’ landscape. An emphasis is placed on the process from concept to reality through the use of accurate illustrations, and technical knowledge to create a more visceral understanding of how the completed project will be experienced.

Licensed Landscape Architect in Wisconsin and Illinois.

Bachelor of Science, Landscape Architecture, UW-Madison
Sasaki 2002 Summer Internship Program, Watertown, MA
Xtreme LA 2013, Berkeley, CA
American Society of Landscape Architects
WIASLA - Communications Chair
Olbrich Garden - Member
Society for the Advancement of Gerontological Environments (SAGE) Member
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Patrick Hannon
608-441-3587 | phannon@saa-madison.com
Landscape Designer

Since 2004 Patrick has brought his design experience and technical knowledge to the industry. His versatility and comprehension of the design process allows him to work at many project scales ranging from urban site and streetscape design to large-scale campus master plans.    His design experience includes waterfronts, parks, streetscapes, public spaces, campuses, and downtown redevelopment. He is fluent in a variety of drafting and illustration software and has broad experience preparing cost estimates, construction documents and technical specifications.  In addition to his design work, Patrick is also a skilled process facilitator and alternative transportation planner.

Bachelor of Science, Landscape Architecture, UW-Madison
Bachelor of Science, Horticulture, UW-Madison
American Society of Landscape Architects
Member of League of American Bicyclists
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D. Bruce Morrow
, PLA, ASLA, LEED AP
608-441-3582 | bmorrow@saa-madison.com
Associate
Senior Landscape Architect

Since 1995 Bruce has been providing planning, design and implementation services.  Working with both public and private clients, his development projects range in size from individual site development to large city center master plans. Bruce excels in all stages of project development from schematic design to construction documentation and sustainable design (LEED).   He also has an accomplished transportation resume.  Bruce’s expertise includes bicycle and pedestrian facility planning and design, wayfinding, streetscape and landscape design, public process facilitation, corridor studies, institutional and corporate campus design, urban design, park and open space design, cost estimating, preparation of construction documents, and construction administration.

Licensed Landscape Architect in Wisconsin.

Master of Regional Planning, Washington State University
Bachelor of Science, Landscape Architecture, Washington State University
Bachelor of Arts, Economics, Kalamazoo College
American Society of Landscape Architects
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Aaron O’Keefe
608-441-3579 | aokeefe@saa-madison.com
GIS Specialist/Engineering Technician

Aaron has been an engineering technician since 2001.  He prepares engineering and survey drawings, and in 2007 started focusing on developing GIS maps and databases that enable clients to layer different types of data to a geographic area.  He strives to develop compelling and concise visualizations that enable community leaders to quickly and effectively discern complex information.

Aaron brings advanced skills in ArcGIS with Spatial Analyst, AutoCad, Illustrator, and Flash

Bachelor of Science, Cartography and GIS, UW-Madison
Associates Degree, Civil Engineering Technology, Madison Area Technical College
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Katie MacDonald
, P.E.
608-441-3591 | kmacdonald@saa-madison.com
Civil Engineer

Katie has been working in the municipal and civil engineering fields since 2002. Her extensive background includes designing and drafting streets, utilities, stormwater management systems, splashpads, campgrounds, and parks.  She works with both public and private sector clients and understands the needs of each.  Katie is also proficient at preparing traffic studies and traffic impact analysis reports.

Licensed Professional Engineer in Wisconsin.

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, UW-Madison