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Megan Daniel

University of Georgia

Last staff visit to Mounts Botanical Garden

Megan gave her end of internship presentation project for final review.

Megan is continuing to work with the Land Design team on her summer long project in which they will design a real site, and produce a site plan and regulating plan based on real code for Palm County. Here they are working on the concept phase.

Tabb Ormsby, Senior Designer, and Chad Riddle, Landscape Designer, have given planning interns, Megan and Alyssa a summer long project in which they will design a real site, and produce a site plan and regulating plan based on real code for Palm County. Here they are explaining how to create site concepts for this intern project.


Working at WGI has already taught me so much about not only landscape architecture and planning, but about how to work in a professional setting. Everyone here takes the time to sit down and teach us things we would never have the opportunity to learn in school.


Megan was invited to accompany Kirsten Siegel, Project Manager, to the Official Dedication of Windows on the Floating World: Blume Tropical Wetland Garden. WGI’s Landscape Architecture Division was proud to be a part of the design team for this project.

 

 

 

Learn more about this project here: https://www.mounts.org/our_garden/windows-floating-world/

Alyssa and I were able to see the site during the construction phase so it was exciting to see the (nearly) finished site and hear Kirsten talk about her role in the project.

 


Being an intern isn’t always easy, here we see Megan confused and wondering why CAD won’t work the way she wants it to.

Colin has been really patient with teaching me how to make construction documents for hardscape plans, but sometimes AutoCAD just gets to you.

 


Megan is working with Colin McCann, Landscape Architect, on an entry design with signage for Langford Landing. A very nice community of single family homes in Stuart, FL.

Our Planning Interns can often be found in the design studio. Megan is making a landscape cross section for a conceptual site plan.

This was my first attempt at rendering palm trees so it took several attempts.

 


Working with the WGI Creative Team to develop entryway and wayfinding signage concepts for the Gulf Coast Town Center