Jeffrey L. Bruce & Company

Jeffrey L. Bruce & Company  Since 1986, Jeffrey L. Bruce & Company (JBC) has demonstrated successful execution of landscape architecture, master planning, site design, recreation planning and urban design in projects that pioneer emerging green technologies. JBC focuses on sustainability issues including engineered soils, green roof technologies, high performance turf, water management and reuse, maintenance programming and BMP’s. Asking new questions allows JBC to elevate projects to the “next stage” of green design moving from simply conserving natural resources to restoring water, air and the land.

 

The Great Lawn at Millennium Park  909 Walnut Green Roof Garden
   

JBC’s design work for the high performance reinforced natural turf Great Lawn included soils, subdrainage, irrigation, and turf specifications, as well as construction administration services.

JBC provided urban design services from schematic design through construction administration for the green roof plaza and community space for the 909 Walnut condominium development.

 

University of Kansas Landscape Heritage Plan 500 5th Ave. North (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation)
   

The primary goal was to promote the stewardship of KU’s historic campus by identifying, interpreting and protecting the most important vestiges of landscape design legacies, sites, architecture, and their environs.

Provided expertise with water resource management, highly complex irrigation system engineering, subsurface drainage, and soils engineering for the campus of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

 

Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Garage Rooftop  University of Missouri - Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium
   

Provided consulting services for the green roof over the parking garage below.  JBC provided conceptual through construction administration services including sub-drainage, soils, irrigation and landscape design. 

JBC analyzed existing conditions and provided construction documents for the artificial turf installation as the University transitioned into the SEC.

 

Firm Service Categories  

Commercial/Retail 5%
Corporate/Office 5%
Federal/State/Local 5%
Historic Preservation 15%
Institutional/Educational 15%
Medical/Healthcare 5%
Parks and Recreation/Trails 5%
Planning/Urban Design  10%
Redevelopment 5%
Streetscapes/Transportation 5%
Sustainable Design/Green Infrastructure 25%
   
   
   
   

 

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