juliet wong
jr. landscape architect

Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture, Rutgers University ‘07

Ms. Wong joined the firm since 2007, where she has been involved in a wide variety of projects in various phases of project development including site planning and conceptual design to construction documentation development and construction administration with MKW. She has developed concept designs for several ranges of projects, including waterfront, courtyards & plazas, healing gardens and three major New York City Parks & Recreation projects.  She has developed both conceptual and schematic design presentations packages for several major projects, including Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden – Dallas, Texas and State Botanical Garden Project at the University of Georgia.  She is involved with the production of design development drawings, master plan documents, construction documents, cost estimates, specifications, 3D modeling, presentation graphics and renderings on a wide variety of projects.

Ms. Wong’s wide range of past projects include award- winning Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden – Dallas Arboretum, Dallas, Texas; Paseo Terminus – Dallas Arboretum, Dallas, Texas.  Ocean Breeze Park, NYC Parks & Recreation, NY; Jerome Park, NYC Parks & Recreation, NY; Ferry Street Streetscape Improvements, Newark, NJ; Bridgewater Municipal Complex and Monument Plaza; Bridgewater, NJ; award-winning, Hoxie House – Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ; Four Brooklyn playgrounds that are part of the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation’s Community Parks Initiative (CPI). This project bundle includes Jesse Owens Playground in Bedford Stuyvesant, Hilltop Playground (formally known as Saratoga Ballfields) in Crown Heights, Ten Eyck Playground in East Williamsburg, and Stockton Playground in Bushwick.

Prior to joining MKW, Ms. Wong assisted in field research on the sustainability of urban tree planting using Air Entrained Soil methodology.