Craig Stoffel, PLA, has joined our landscape architecture staff in the West. Stoffel brings over a dozen years of experience in a broad range of projects, including athletic complexes, K-12 and higher education campuses, resorts, green infrastructure, trails, river restorations, streetscaping, urban revitalization, state and local parks, and master planning for the National Park Service and other clients.
Stoffel has overseen projects from preliminary concept stages to final site supervisions. As a project manager, he’s been responsible for design development, project coordination, client liaison, public meetings, and construction administration. Stoffel is committed to developing the skills of his fellow professionals, becoming a recognized leader in staff mentorship and interdisciplinary design.
Stoffel also has shown his commitment to his profession and the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Colorado chapter, including serving as president in 2018. Stoffel has led many sketch crawl events and has taught sketch workshops, including through ASLA and university events around the country.
“Sketching is Craig’s passion,” says Scott Wilson, vice president. “It’s his way of connecting with place and capturing insights that a camera misses. By sketching during charrettes, Craig facilitates public input visually through real-time review and analysis.”