With over 25 years of experience in the landscape architecture field, Amy Wolfe has worked with many renowned architects, landscape architects, civil engineers, contractors, and surveyors in the Seattle-Tacoma area. Amy is a licensed Landscape Architect in Washington State and specializes in landscape and irrigation design for residential developments, office buildings, churches, retail stores, medical buildings, parks, landscape restoration projects, and single family residences. She is experienced with all phases of design documentation from schematic to construction drawings and specifications.
Amy is the founder and principal of her own firm, ARW Landscape Design, started in 2010. After being laid off due to the recession in 2009 she started doing freelance design work and from there (unexpectedly and not at all planned), started her own business.
Projects created by ARW Landscape Design range in size from small 4,000 square foot lots to parcels over 20 acres. Amy considers every project a chance to keep the environment green, resilient, sustainable, and healthy; in a time when natural areas are suffering from urban stresses, development, excessive heat, and drought. She enjoys helping clients create their custom landscape while being mindful of their budget and project requirements.
ARW Landscape Design works with several contractors in the area and can provide construction administration and project coordination during the installation and construction of a final design.
Professional Landscape Architect (PLA): 2018-present, Wa. License #1551
Landscape Architect / Owner: 2010-present, ARW Landscape Design, University Place, Wa.
Landscape Designer: 2009-2010, Nature By Design, Fircrest, Wa.
Project Manager / Landscape Designer: 2005-2009, Bradley Design Group, Tacoma, Wa.
Landscape Drafter/Designer: 2001-2005, Parametrix, Bellevue, Wa.
B.S. Landscape Architecture: 1994, Washington State University, Pullman, Wa.
Chair of (PAC): University Place Park Advisory Commission; advising the City on park projects, developments, financing, and maintenance, 2020-present
UW Mentoring Program: Advising and helping students understand the landscape architecture field and career opportunities, 2023-present
CleanUP: Helping to clean the streets and parks of University Place, 2023-present