Jennifer Jones FASLA
Jennifer joined CRJA-IBI group in 1981 and her professional practice has focused on site master planning and design for public, institutional and corporate clients. Over 20 of her projects have been LEED certified. She has worked on over 40 college and university campuses, and over 30 US Embassy projects around the world.Full Bio
Jennifer Jones FASLA
Advising Principal, Carol R. Johnson Associates, Inc. (now IBI Placemaking)
Women in Design Award of Excellence, 2005 winner
Over her 30-plus year career as a landscape architect, Jennifer Jones has worked on a wide range of project types, from large scale site master planning efforts to campus planning and site design, park design, transportation related and institutional site design. This work has taken her all over the world where she has left her influence and impacted many with her life-long commitment to giving back to the world community. Her expertise has created numerous healing environments, and is something she readily shares, seeking out pro bono engagements to help those in need. In Rwanda, she supported the design of a boarding school for impoverished middle school girls, overseeing the school’s campus site design. In Haiti, following devastation by the 2010 earthquake, she collaborated on a planned pediatric hospital to create a healing landscape.
Throughout her career, Ms. Jones has also advocated for landscape architecture and has helped to build connections with allied professionals, business groups and other project participants outside the profession of landscape architecture. She has worked to convey the importance of landscape architecture in sustaining the environment, facilitating Universal Design, and providing learning and healing spaces for people.
Reflecting her life-long commitment to the design of spaces which heal and nurture, locally here in Boston she worked with the Dana Farber Cancer Institute’s Patient/Family Advisory Council’s Healing Garden Committee and project architects to design the contemplative Stoneman Healing Garden, a nurturing indoor garden at their newest outpatient care treatment and research facility on DFCI’s Boston campus.