Evan Grimm, Associate
Evan Grimm joined Nelson Byrd Woltz in 2003 after working at Wenk Associates in Denver, Colorado for two years. He earned a Bachelor degree in Landscape Architecture and a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from Auburn University in Alabama, completed in 2001. During graduate school, he received a National ASLA Student Honor Award for his year-long thesis in the design of civic hydrologic systems and worked on several Rural Studio projects in Hale County, Alabama.
During his ten years at NBW, Evan has managed and worked on a wide range of institutional, public, and private projects, including work at Auburn University, Flight 93 Memorial and Asia Trail at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo in Washington DC . He is currently managing two major projects: the Duke Water Reclamation Pond project at Duke University designed to reduce Duke's potable water use by up to 1.5 million gallons per year; and the 10,600-acre Summit Bechtel National Scouting Reserve in Glen Jean WV, the Boy Scouts of America's new east coast Jamboree site. Evan has also been leading design and maintenance efforts for NBW’s Conservation Agriculture Studio for sites throughout Virginia.