Through his career, Greg Burrell’s practice has spanned multiple typologies and scales, working both nationally and internationally. He recently completed the construction of a new entry plaza and children’s garden for Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, as well as the AIA award-winning Central Delaware Riverfront Master Plan, a 25-year revitalization plan for six miles of urban waterfront in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His other experience in large-scale planning includes a development framework for the historic HemisFair Park in San Antonio, Texas and the 500-acre development of Camana Bay in the Cayman Islands.
Most recently, Greg served as project manager for Dilworth Park, a revitalized civic destination along the western edge of Philadelphia’s historic City Hall, and led two concurrent entries for the National Mall Design Competition—Constitution Gardens and Sylvan Theater at the Washington Monument. Greg holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Pennsylvania State University, and is a professor and lecturer in landscape architecture at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design.