Adrienne Heflich
Associate Principal
Adrienne enjoys the problem-solving challenges and consensus-seeking opportunities inherent to designing and realizing public landscapes. In addition to serving as the project manager for landscape improvements to Albright College, Vassar College, and the historic Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, NY, since 2013 she has been an integral member of MVVA's design and construction administration team for the St. Louis Gateway Arch Grounds alongside project partners CityArchRiver, Great Rivers Greenway, and the National Park Service.

Adrienne is a graduate of Bowdoin College, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts and Environmental Studies with an honors thesis focusing on the history of greenways and rail trails in New England. She also earned a Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard University's Graduate School of Design, where she was a teaching assistant for core courses, taught drawing for the Career Discovery program, and received a travel grant to study sustainable neighborhoods in Scandinavia. She is a Master Composter certified by the NYC Department of Sanitation and a licensed landscape architect in the state of New York.

Adrienne joined MVVA in 2009.

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