Sustainable Design Group adds Design Staff
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Sustainable Design Group (SDG) has added Taylor Berberich to their team as Landscape Designer. Taylor brings an international perspective to the firm’s focus on sustainable design. Her education background includes earning a Master of Science in Advanced Sustainable Design from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, where her thesis focused on Walkability in Post-Modern American Cities. Taylor received a Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from Washington State University, with a minor in Horticulture, graduating Cum Laude. Previous to joining SDG, Taylor worked for the State of Alaska Division of Agriculture, promoting local foods and agriculture in Alaska and managing grants for the Alaska Farm to School Program, as well as working for another Alaskan landscape design firm. Taylor’s focus at SDG will be on recreation design, waterfront development, national park planning and commercial landscape design. She joins SDG’s staff of landscape architects, an environmental scientist, and a cultural design/cultural resource specialist.
About Sustainable Design Group
SDG provides a wide variety of landscape architecture services, including site development, master planning, stormwater services, transportation planning/design, environmental and remediation services, and design and planning for military, commercial, private and residential clients. The firm was established in 2009 and is a woman-owned small business with clients throughout Anchorage, the Mat-Su Valley and Alaska’s southeast. The firm has offices in Palmer and Eagle River. Notable projects include Knik Townsite, Safe Routes to Schools, Mat-Su Trails Master Plan, Rabbit Creek Elementary School and the Skagway Seawalk. For more information, visit sdg-ak.com.