Mr. Clark is the managing partner and founder of Stream Landscape Architecture, a registered Professional Landscape Architect in the State of Colorado (RLA #853), and a LEED Accredited Professional with more than eighteen years of professional experience in project management, site planning, design, construction documentation, and construction implementation. His diverse professional portfolio includes a variety of highly sustainable, innovative, and high-profile projects with public and private clients. His work includes parks and open space design, athletic facility and field design playground design, natural area restoration, stream channel reclamation, water resource planning and design, environmental mitigation planning, and trail planning and design. His experience ranges in size and program including the re-design of a major portion of Denver’s famed Washington Park, a 32 acre athletic complex at Parkfield Lake Park, athletic facilities and more than 200 acres of active and passive parks in Denver’s Lowry community and multiple trails, open space, and athletic facilities throughout Colorado. Additionally, he has led several national level projects for municipal parks, athletic facilities and fields, and public spaces across the country and the West.
Mr. Clark’s work has been recognized both nationally and locally with awards and publications by ASLA, the USGBC, Topos Magazine, CoBiz Magazine and he has been invited on numerous occasions to present on the topic of sustainable park planning and design including “Sustainable Landscapes: Strategies for Sustainable Park Development”, and “Integrating Multifunctional Recreation Spaces: Replicating Natural Processes in Shoreline Stabilization Design”.