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Terence Fitzpatrick


Terry brings a thoughtful, creative, technically savvy, and collaborative approach to his work. He is deeply committed to enriching the cultural and ecological quality of our built environments. Recent work incldues complex designs of parks and urban sites, as well as cultural institutions and historic sites such as Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanic Garden, and Winterthur Museum, Gardens, and Library.  Terry brings a deep knowledge of materials and elegant detail design to projects such as Tampa Water Street G1 Block, Hudson Yards, Georgia Tech Eco Commons, Time Warner Center, Edge on Hudson, and several private residential projects. He is also engaged in projects focusing in regenerative agriculture and adaptive ecological land management.

Terry has served as a project manager at NBW since 2018. He has been practicing Landscape Architecture since 2009 when he completed a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. In 2013 he earned a Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA II) from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, with studies focusing on urbanism, critical conservation, and construction technologies. Prior to joining NBW, he gained diversified experience including five years at Stimson Studio, and shorter stints at Reed Hilderbrand, Meyer Studio Land Architects, and the Landscape Management Group.