Weston & Sampson Hires Two Architects

Worcester, MAWeston & Sampson recently announced that they have hired two architects in their Design Studio. Johnathan Law recently joined their Boston Design Studio as a Senior Project Manager, bringing over 19 years of experience on a range of streetscape, university campus planning, and open space improvement projects that merge his design and technical expertise. He has extensive experience in public engagement with both private and public entities throughout New England. He recently worked extensively on numerous open space improvement projects at the UMass Amherst campus, and his designs have enhanced pedestrian movements through the heart of the campus to connect two crucial student life buildings visually and physically. He has also completed numerous master planning design projects through his relationships with both private developers and local architects.

Brett Seamans joined the firm as a Senior Landscape Architect in their Connecticut Design Studio. Brett has a strong and diverse background in project management as an urban designer, strategic marketer, non-profit arts manager, graphic designer, and historic preservationist. He has worked on numerous urban design and master planning projects that address innovative approaches to beautifying public spaces, traffic congestion, branding and defining neighborhood identity, enhancing retail environments, and creating accessible and creative pedestrian-friendly places. He has experience in designing and implementing LEED-certified green roof and courtyard projects and civic space projects that integrate social and ecological processes. His particular area of interest and expertise is in transforming challenging sites into valued cultural and ecological places.