ELIZABETH C. REARDON, ASLA
- Registered Landscape Architect, State of New Mexico, #26
- Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and Planning, University of New Mexico, 1979
- Member, American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)
- Professional Member and Vice Chair, New Mexico State Board of Landscape Architects
During her 32 years of experience in landscape architecture, Ms. Reardon has been involved in a wide variety of projects including master planning, parks, streetscapes, pedestrian way design, school and campus landscaping, historical renovation, and erosion control projects. Ms. Reardon has extraordinary skills in project management, coordinating project schedules, and budgets. She has worked on numerous projects with the City of Albuquerque and is very familiar with the City’s requirements.
Representative projects include: LDS temple, Eubank streetscape, Prototype Median and Interstate Landscapes, Academy Median Renovation, Sandia Casino and Hotel in Albuquerque, Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe , Roskos Athletic Field and Water Harvesting Facility in Rio Rancho, and the historic renovation and improvements for the historical Bridge Street and Gallinas River Park in Las Vegas, New Mexico.