LOGAN SIMPSON

28 years of guiding responsible change through excellence in landscape architecture design, environmental planning, cultural resources, and community planning

LOGAN SIMPSON

28 years of guiding responsible change through excellence in landscape architecture design, environmental planning, cultural resources, and community planning

LOGAN SIMPSON

28 years of guiding responsible change through excellence in landscape architecture design, environmental planning, cultural resources, and community planning

LOGAN SIMPSON

28 years of guiding responsible change through excellence in landscape architecture design, environmental planning, cultural resources, and community planning

Logan Simpson

28 years of guiding responsible change through excellence in landscape architecture design, environmental planning, cultural resources, and community planning

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  • The Woodrow Residence’s NRHP Nomination has been Accepted!

    Logan Simpson is proud to announce that the application for the Woodrow Residence in Tucson, Arizona has been accepted, and the historic home is now recognized in the National Register of Historic Places!

    The home was built in 1957at 8649 E. Woodland Road, in Tucson by architect Arthur Brown on behalf of Julie and Arthur Woodrow. Brown was one of the pioneers of passive solar design in architecture. His designs are notable as some of the earliest examples of experimental solar architecture in not just Arizona, but the entire United States. While not well known among the general population, his work is celebrated and beloved among architects, who consider him a pioneer and leader of modern sustainable design. read more

  • Seeing from the Sky: How Logan Simpson Uses Drones

    Drones have become part of Logan Simpson’s technical toolkit. Our staff uses drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs, for site mapping, elevation modeling, aerial photography, and capturing video footage. Our FAA-licensed pilots have used drones to generate orthomosaic and elevation models for the post-excavation phase of the Sonoqui Wash Data Recovery project in Central Arizona. Other projects include conducting an orthophoto survey of the El  Rancho de Las Golondrinas outdoor architecture park and surrounding land near Santa Fe, New Mexico, as well as a vertical cliff wall aerial survey of ancient petroglyphs and site-level aerial reconnaissance surveys.

    Logan Simpson began to use drones at the suggestion of our staff, who took advantage of the firm’s “Denali Trek” program. The Denali Trek is designed to encourage innovation in how we carry out our work. Each year, Logan Simpson staff may submit proposals to the firm so that they may purchase equipment and dedicate a portion of their time to developing innovative methodologies. In addition to drones, the Denali Trek program has enabled Logan Simpson to begin to use virtual reality and ground-penetrating radar.

  • APWA Arizona Chapter Newsletter Features Article on Wellspring Park

    The May 2018 edition of the Arizona Chapter of the American Public Works Association newsletter features an article on the City of Goodyear, Arizona’s Wellspring Park. Read it to find out how Goodyear  plans to use a public-private partnership (P3) to help its citizens improve overall health and wellness. Logan Simpson developed the park’s conceptual master plan and created a fly-thorough video of how the park may be developed. Visit wellspringpark.com for more information or visit the City of Goodyear’s Parks and Recreation Department website.

     

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For a quarter of a century, Logan Simpson has passionately provided a wide range of landscape architecture design and environmental consulting services for many projects throughout the West. Our staff’s exceptional capabilities and expertise is the foundation of our ability to provide high-quality service to our clients. Contact us for to discuss how we can create a custom solution for your project.

Tempe
51 West Third Street, Suite 450
Tempe, Arizona 85281
phone: (480) 967-1343
fax: (480) 966-9232

Flagstaff
201 East Birch Avenue, Suite 10
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
phone: (928) 226-0016

Fort Collins
213 Linden Street, Suite 300
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
phone: (970) 449-4100
fax: (970) 449-4101

Tucson
177 North Church Avenue, Suite 607
Tucson, Arizona 85701
phone: (520) 884-5500
fax: (520) 620-0441

Eugene
65 Centennial Loop, Suite C
Eugene, Oregon 97401
phone: (509) 592-7576

Salt Lake City
8 East Broadway, Suite 300
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
phone: (801) 364-0525
fax: (801) 364-0676

Boise
223 N. 6th St., Ste. 225
Boise, Idaho 83702
phone: (208) 258-2071