Jeff Aten joined Nelson Byrd Woltz in 2004 after earning Masters degrees in Architecture and Landscape Architecture at the University of Virginia. Projects include the Wolong Giant Panda Reserve in Sichuan, China; an award-winning master plan for the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena; Luck Stone Architectural Design Centers in Richmond and Sterling, VA; and the landscape master plan and development for Watercolor’s 500-acre community on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Jeff has also led master planning and built project efforts for NBW’s ConAg Studio throughout Virginia. He is currently the Senior Associate in charge for the implementation of Houston’s Memorial Park master plan, design phases for the Contemplative Sciences Center at UVA, and the master plan for Lone Oaks Farm with the University of TN. Jeff led the winning competition entry and is now in charge of the development of a concept plan for a two acre park in the NoMa BID of Washington, DC and continues to lead the broad design team at the Summit Bechtel National Scouting Reserve in Glen Jean, West Virginia.