Evan Grimm, Associate
Evan Grimm joined Nelson Byrd Woltz in 2003 after working at Wenk Associates in Denver, Colorado for two years. He earned a Bachelor degree in Landscape Architecture and a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from Auburn University in Alabama, completed in 2001. During graduate school, he received a National ASLA Student Honor Award for his year-long thesis in the design of civic hydrologic systems and worked on several Rural Studio projects in Hale County, Alabama.
During his eight and a half years at NBW, Evan has managed and worked on a wide range of institutional, public, and private projects. He is currently managing two major projects: the Duke Water Reclamation Pond project at Duke University designed to reduce Duke's potable water use by up to 1.5 million gallons per year; and the 10,600-acre Summit Bechtel National Scouting Reserve in Glen Jean WV, the Boy Scouts of America's new east coast Jamboree site.