Owner, Principal, Landscape Architect, ASLA
Mr. Klein, with thirty-nine years of experience in the field, is well known for his extensive expertise in planning and design of all kinds of “long and skinny places” including river corridors, byways, heritage areas, touring routes, greenways, and trails. Jim’s recent community-based master planning efforts have included the City of Bowie’s Trails Master Plan Update; waterfront master plans funded through Maryland’s Working Waterfront Program in Rock Hall, Tilghman Island, Bellevue, Oxford, and Port Deposit addressing both resiliency and economic development issues; and two corridor master plans in Lewes, Delaware. Jim served as the lead landscape architect for Virginia’s Route 50 Traffic Calming Project—a fifteen year national demonstration project for rural traffic calming. Mr. Klein recently completed a best practices guide for enhancing bicycling and walking along Maryland’s Main Streets and Scenic Byways for MDOT's State Highway Administration. Jim is currently designing access improvements for Chapel Point State Park as part of a public/private partnership between Maryland DNR and Charles County. Mr. Klein has graduate and professional degrees in Landscape Architecture from the University of Oregon and a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the University of Vermont.
815 N Royal St # 200, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA
phone (703) 739-0972
fax (703) 739-0973