Boston, MA – (September 23, 2014) – Copley Wolff Design Group, Inc. (CWDG), a Boston-based landscape architecture and planning firm, recently announced that Jim Heroux has joined the Boston team as a Senior Landscape Architect.
“We are excited to welcome Jim to our Firm as part of our plan for strategic growth,” said John Copley, Principal of Copley Wolff Design Group. “His high-level of industry experience will make him a valuable addition to our team.”
Prior to joining CWDG, Heroux served as Principal at Brown | Sardina, as Principal/Owner at Strata Design Associates, and as Director of Landscape Architecture at Payette Associates. His breadth of work includes academic, institutional, residential, mixed-use, and healthcare projects for local and international clients.
In his new role, Heroux will lead highly complex planning and design assignments for both public and private clients while assisting in the overall growth and development of the firm. Additionally, he will work collaboratively on multi-disciplinary teams while providing oversight, direction, mentoring, and ongoing communication for the design team.
“Copley Wolff Design Group has built a reputation for creating memorable spaces for some of the region’s most high-profile projects,” commented Heroux. “I am pleased to be part of the talented team and look forward to contributing to the firm’s future success.”
Heroux received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in both Landscape Architecture and Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design and his Bachelor of Arts Degree in American Literature from the University of Rhode Island. Additionally, he is currently a member of Eight Streets Neighborhood Association in the South End and has previously served as Chair of the Neighborhood Design Committee for Ringgold Park.