Fred Lippert, PLA

Senior Landscape Architect

Fred is a professional landscape architect with nearly a decade of diverse experience in urban design, landscape architecture, and transportation site design projects. Fred’s initial interest in landscape design and urbanism grew from his appreciation of the aesthetic values of Japan, where he was stationed as a U.S. Marine Corps Officer following his graduation from the Naval Academy. He later earned his Master in Landscape Architecture from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, which inspired a design sense that seeks the critical balance between the technical, ecological, and artistic components of our built and natural environments. Fred is passionate about rethinking existing transportation systems and their influence on how we inhabit cities, towns and rural areas. He believes strongly in designing for equity and inclusion with the aim to empower communities by enabling the fundamental experience of human-powered transport.

Outside work, Fred can be found tinkering with his 1965 Morris Mini Minor, attempting to untangle the ancient secrets of Neolithic Irish sites, or biking and exploring, with his partner and their dog.