Publications and Awards

Landscape Architect and Specifier News
June 2016

“One Campus, 3 Drainage Solutions – Infrastructure Meets the Landscape” LCI was contracted to address critical problems identified in the master plan. Those problem areas included drainage; hardscaping; irrigation; flooding; fostering water quality; facilitating watershed compliance; implementing an irrigation master control system to reduce water use; and providing sustainable planting solutions.

Women in Landscape Architecture
October 2015

This was the premiere of LASN’s Women in Landscape Architecture. Out of 64 entries, Lynn was one of 12 landscape architects to be featured. Read why Lynn joined the profession, what she attributes her success to and her advice to up and comers.

Landscape Architect and Specifier News
August 2011

“I-405: Carmaggedon Made It Famous…Landscape Architects Made It Work!” The I-405/Sepulveda Pass Widening was recently one of the country’s largest transportation projects. Devising a planting scheme that avoids distracting drivers or avoids the threat of fire blight or requires little maintenance were major concerns for LCI as the landscaping design was developed for the widened I-405 freeway through the Sepulveda Pass.

Landscape Architect and Specifier News
November 2009

“Sustainable Water-Recycling” We’ve all heard about treating recycled water for typical agriculture applications, but how about purifying the same water for drinking? The Groundwater Replenishment (GWR) system, believed to be the largest water purification project of its kind, produces potable water from highly treated wastewater. LCI was the landscape architecture firm selected to provide landscape solutions for the major entry, Research Center and Laboratory, and the Community and Treatment Process areas.

Landscape Architect and Specifier News
November 2008

“The Ring Mall Comes Together” LCI designed the master plan and the project implementation documents for the Ring Mall, public plazas and promenades adjacent to seven major science facilities on the UCI campus. The Ring Mall is the main pedestrian circulation spine for the campus and unifying the look of the corridor to the various entries to the buildings (designed by various architects) was the biggest challenge.