With an impressive career spanning 35 years, Vince crafts creative, buildable designs for a wide variety of project types. From small projects for tight-knit community groups to large corporate and academic campuses, Vince focuses on doing good work and exceeding expectations. He is passionate about engaging in a collaborative process that results in site-specific designs within the natural environment.
Master of Landscape Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, College of Environmental Science & Forestry, Syracuse, New York
Harvard 21st Century Learning Program, 2014
Landscape Architect California, #2554 (1985)
Planning Advisory Board, Marin County
Member, American Society of Landscape Architects
Presentation on Outdoor Learning Environments for CASH (Public School Conference) 2015 and 2016
Presentation: Significance of Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance
Presentation: Water at the Forefront
Presentation: Designing Successful Plant Palettes for Bioretention Facilities
In his 35 years as a landscape architect, Bill has consistently focused on the careful balance between people and nature. With a deep respect for clients, communities and the environment, his work is both artful and innovative, his approach is both comprehensive and highly attentive to detail. Bill has designed athletic fields for parks and schools for over 25 years and consulted with the San Francisco Giants on the renovation of AT&T Park.
As a project leader, Bill is a valuable orchestrator of the collaborative process, adept at coordinating the efforts of multidisciplinary teams and sensitive to the needs and demands of multiple project stakeholders. He is especially proficient at leading teams in the preparation of complete and accurate contract documents. If he is not at work, Bill may be walking to the beach, watching plants grow or on his way to enjoy a sunset or a moonrise, or both.
Bachelor of Science, Environmental Studies & Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, College of Environmental Science & Forestry, Syracuse, New York
Independent study in Kyoto, Japan
One-year sabbatical for international travel and study of landscape architecture
Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, Professional Development Course
Landscape Architect, State of California, #2537 (1985)
American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), #12101
American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)
Instructor, UC Berkeley Extension (1988-95)
American Planning Association (APA)
American Sports Builders Association
California Native Plant Society
SportsTurf Managers Association
Presentation: Water at the Forefront
Presentation: Why You Need a Landscape Architect for Your Green Schoolyard
Jin is a visual thinker with exceptional technical skills. She brings an inventive approach to each site, celebrating the beauty of natural forms and artfully fitting design concepts into site plans. Jin possesses a keen eye for graphic design and the details that add up to a successful project and an inspiring user experience. A dedicated design professional, she has a profound appreciation for client and community goals.
Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture, College of Environmental Design, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
A true people-person, Jamie brings people together to solve issues and advance the work. His extensive experience in retail and corporate design, coupled with a communicative approach, translates into projects that consistently represent a high level of professional practice. Jamie’s engaging personality makes him an approachable collaborator, as well as an effective leader.
Bachelor of Science, University of Kentucky, Lexington
USGBCD, LEED Accredited Professional
International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) - CenterBuild Conference Roundtable Facilitator, “Trees Mean Business” 2015
International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) - CenterBuild Conference Roundtable Facilitator, “Play in the Retail Environment” 2014
Alvin is a thoughtful designer and our chief water guru. He is an expert at designing water-conserving irrigation systems, sustainable athletic fields and landscapes that detain and filter stormwater. Alvin is driven by a commitment to efficient designs that reflect a consistent commitment to sustainability.
Bachelor of Science, Landscape Architecture & Minor in Architecture, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
Irrigation Association™ Certified Landscape Irrigation Auditor
Tim infuses his projects with an elegant sense of structure and order. At the same time, his sensitivity to the client and the community ensures that each project gets what it needs. A sophisticated designer with a strong horticultural background, Tim’s approach to site design makes the garden shine with innovative plantings. His experience creating high-quality residential spaces lends his work a balance of beauty, clever creativity and maintainability.
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, University of Guelph, Canada
Landscape Architect, California, #5466 (2008
Monty began his career as a civil engineer focused on the technical aspects of stormwater management. Subsequently, his interest shifted to the design of people-oriented spaces and the creative aspects of landscape projects. Monty returned to school to study landscape architecture at UC Berkeley Extension and now uses his skills to create functional, sustainable environments at the urban scale.
Landscape Architecture Certificate Program, UC Berkeley Extension, graduated with distinction, 2009
B.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Irvine, 1992
Landscape Architect, California #5745
Certified Irrigation Designer, 2017
LEED Accredited Professional, 2009
Build It Green Certification, 2011
SPUR Member, since 2012
He never knows when to stop. Always on the go, George is Carducci & Associates’ resident plant pro, wordsmith and dedicated project manager. With deep roots in California native landscapes (he’s a California native, too), he strives to marry built environments with those of nature, creating a seamless experience. George is especially attuned to the complex nuances of cultural landscapes.
Certificate with Distinction in Landscape Architecture, University of California, Berkeley Extension
Certificate in Cultural Landscape Preservation & Management, University of California, Berkeley Extension
Bachelor of Arts, English, University of California, Los Angeles
Karly is a vibrant personality. With her go-getter attitude, she is an energizing presence in the office, creating an atmosphere in which everything is possible and no goal is unachievable. Karly is a strong and flexible designer with a good sense of practicality that serves clients’ goals. When not immersed in design or engaging people at community meetings, she can be found in the outfield or on first base.
Bachelor of Arts in Landscape Architecture, College of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley
Bay-Friendly Qualified Professional, 2018
Diligent in his attention to design details, Jihwan is thoughtful and conscientious about everything he does. He appreciates and values creating quality work for our clients. Originally from South Korea by way of Southern California, Jihwan lends the project team his cheerful optimism when confronting and solving any design challenge.
Bachelor of Science, Landscape Architecture, University of California, Davis
A Northern California native, Joel draws inspiration from many weekends spent in alpine meadows and exploring the creeks of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Highly detail oriented and spatially conscious in his work as a designer, Joel keeps his eye on the “big picture” to create beautiful, cohesive spaces where urban dwellers can relax and interact with nature.
Bachelor of Science, Landscape Architecture, University of California at Davis
California Native Plant Society
Inspired by a childhood in upstate New York and environmental organizing in coastal Louisiana, Petra is drawn to the study of the aesthetics, ecology, culture and economy of built environments. She enjoys immersing herself in the nuances of California landscapes and collaborating on creative approaches to representation, construction and firm management.
Bachelor of Arts, Design Studies and French Language & Literature, Sarah Lawrence College
Master of Landscape Architecture, Master of City & Regional Planning, Cornell University