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allen e. juba
Principal

Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture, Rutgers University ‘83

Mr. Juba, a principal with the firm since 2001, is currently involved in various projects with responsibilities ranging from site planning and conceptual design to construction documentation development and construction administration. His expertise in design detailing and the detailed aspects of planting design is evident throughout much of the firm's work.

Mr. Juba headed the firm's New York office for seven years, where the focus was the design of Hudson River Park, Segments 6 and 7 and where he was Managing Principal of that project. This $85 million project established a 2-mile long linear greenspace along the Hudson River, on the west side of Manhattan, between 25th and 59th Streets. On this project, the firm was engaged for the entire design process from concept and schematic design through design development, contract documentation and construction administration.

Currently, he is involved with numerous projects in various phases of the design process: the Long Branch (NJ) Pier project, in schematic design; Jerome Park Jogging Trail, Bronx, NY, a project with the City of New York Parks Department and Ramapo Arch Courtyard at Ramapo College in NJ, both in construction administration.

One of Mr. Juba's specialties is the design of public children's gardens. Previously constructed projects of this type include the Everett Children's Adventure Garden at the New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY and the Outdoor Learning Center in Newark, NJ. Additionally, he has most recently been involved in the day-to-day design and management of the Rory Meyers Children's Adventure Garden at the Dallas Arboretum, Dallas, TX and the schematic design for a new children's garden at the State Botanical Garden at the University of Georgia, Athens, GA.