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SLAM Hires new Landscape Architecture and Planning Professionals

Glastonbury, CT – The Landscape Architecture and Planning practice of The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM) welcomes the addition of Cynthia “Cyndy” Reynolds, ASLA, landscape architect; Keith Whipple, PLA, landscape practice leader – Orlando; and Henry Withers, ASLA, senior landscape architect; to the firm, supporting national initiatives for the education, healthcare, corporate, sports and justice practices. Reynolds and Withers are based in Glastonbury and Whipple joins the Orlando, Fla. office.

(l-r) Cynthia Reynolds, Keith Whipple, and Henry Withers

Reynolds is responsible for development design and documentation of projects, including support of business development initiatives focused on the independent education market. She brings more than 10 years of experience supporting multidisciplinary teams in corporate, municipal, and residential landscape architecture, where she applied her management, design, and technical skills to projects.

With more than 25 years of experience as a licensed landscape architect, Whipple will leverage his creativity and technical skill to provide a full scope of services from planning, design and illustration to the implementation and delivery of complex and detailed developments. His focus is to integrate landscape architecture and civil engineering into a holistically managed site planning and design studio, bringing seamless integration of both the art and science of designing sites and outdoor spaces to clients.

Withers’ focus at SLAM is on site planning, landscape architectural design services, managing the regulatory requirements and permitting, LID/LEED compliance, and bidding and construction administration for corporate, educational, and municipal clients. He is currently managing services for the firm’s educational clients, Baylor College of Medicine, Torrington Middle/High School, and the University of Connecticut – Hartford Campus.

“Cyndy, Henry and Keith each bring unique and extensive experience in project leadership and the ability to craft exceptional and imaginative landscape solutions for diverse markets,” says Daniel Granniss, ASLA, SLAM principal and studio leader, Landscape Architecture & Planning. “I’m excited for our current and future clients to work with these professionals, whose work will leave a positive and lasting experience.”