The Dodd Studio is excited to announce that it is working with the City of Concord to develop a Master Plan for Dorton P...
We are disciples of design, stewards of natural resources, creators of community, embracers of culture and advocates for a more sustainable future.
We approach our work as a collaborative effort, drawing on highly skilled architects, engineers, planners and ecologists with exceptional academic and professional credentials to execute and deliver projects in the Carolinas.
A blend of art and science, landscape architecture is concerned with shaping outdoor spaces and creating meaningful, sustainable relationships between built environments and the natural systems that surround them.
Dan Dodd, PLA
Meet Dan, a professionally licensed landscape architect, park and greenway enthusiast, and principal of the studio. Dan is passionate about thoughtful, functional spaces with lasting impact. A true advocate for the profession, he believes the places we live and work in can be better and is determined to make positive change one project at a time.
Matt Roper, PE
Meet Matt, an independent civil engineering consultant and voice of reason on many Dodd Studio projects. Believing that one civil engineering degree just isn’t enough, he went out and got a second just to be sure. His meticulous, detail-oriented approach adds tremendous value to our work. He’s the guy that sincerely worries about where raindrops will go after they fall on your project site. In a good way.
Meet Anna, our urban planner, outdoor adventure seeker and fitness aficionada. Although a Tarheel at heart, Anna is a Clemson city and regional planning graduate dedicated to creating meaningful places that engage diverse audiences, promote community health and wellness, and leave a lasting social, economic and environmental impact.
Meet Brandon, graduate of the landscape architecture program at Clemson University and lover of hybrid bermuda grass. Brandon is an avid outdoorsman. You can often find him spending his weekends on a forested trail or at a tailgate. As a designer, Brandon's professional goal is to blend his design ability and turf grass wisdom to help develop premier athletic facilities.
- $300 million or more to buy land for parks and schools? Mecklenburg will study it. https://t.co/7chmnv7Wlq2 weeks ago
- Great project! Thanks again for the opportunity!!! https://t.co/DUzPxDam1r2 months ago
- Great job! @JanetRWojcikPhD https://t.co/TQnu1Ef6YT2 months ago
With the Charlotte LYNX Blue Line Extension now complete, light rail riders can travel from Pineville to the UNC Charlot...
Grab your fishing rod and your paddle – Anne Springs Close Greenway is now home to a 40-foot fishing and educational d...
Spring is here! No better time to get outside. Check out the Anne Springs Close Greenway - 2,100 acres of preserved land...