Jersey City-based land-use consultancy firm Dresdner Robin has named Lauren Venin, a 10-year veteran of the company, as their new director of landscape architecture.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
“Lauren is an inspiring mentor and a source of unwavering support. Her leadership style promotes a collaborative and inclusive work environment, valuing and nurturing the unique talents of all team members,” Dresdner Robin Director of Engineering Services Matthew Neuls said in a statement.
“She understands project goals, preferences and budgets, focusing on creating designs that not only meet functional requirements but also exceed clients’ expectations.”
As landscape architecture practice leader, Venin, who has over two decades of experience in the field will be instrumental in shaping the creative direction of the practice and further elevating the level of client service.
The firm also credited her for playing a pivotal role in the successful completion of significant ventures, including the development Berry Lane Park in Jersey City, complex Brownfields redevelopment projects, state-of-the-art assisted living facilities and numerous mixed-use residential developments featuring extensive roof amenity terraces.
“I am excited to embrace this new chapter as the director of landscape architecture at Dresdner Robin. Landscape architecture has the power to transform communities, and this promotion makes me grateful for the opportunity to lead a talented team in delivering sustainable and innovative design solutions,” noted Venin.
“I also am committed to upholding our firm’s commitment to sustainability, innovation, and client satisfaction, while continuing to create exceptional spaces that enrich communities and inspire future generations.”