Bryce ward

asla, mpa
urban designer

As an Urban Designer and Planner for GSBS, Bryce works with an eye for place-making and environmental sensitivity. Bryce received his Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning from Utah State University and was recently awarded his Masters of Public Administration with an emphasis in Environmental and Sustainable Policy from the University of Utah. His education has allowed for him to travel extensively through Europe, Australia, Asia, Central and North America to study the history of land use and design other cultures. Bryce’s professional experience began with electronically modeling the downtown urban experience for the City of Lindsay, California. He has continued to develop his design and planning skills through projects along the Wasatch Front. Bryce’s most recent design experience includes site and landscape designs for Park City’s Kimball Junction Transit Center, and Salt Lake City’s S Line Streetcar/Greenway—recipient of a Merit award from Utah ASLA and a Urban Design Award from AIA-Utah.

Bryce’s many passions for traveling and adventuring tie nicely into his profession because of his incessant need to experience the spaces, environments and systems in this world.  From trekking in the Himalayas to caving in Alaska and exploring the ancient ruins of the Mayan people, Bryce is happiest when he is outside.

Professional affiliations:
• American Society of Landscape Architects
• Urban Land Institute

Service position on Affiliation committees:
• Utah ASLA – Social Media Communications,
• Young ULI – Communications Committee

Projects with GSBS:
• Herriman Town Center
• Park Main (Park City Plaza)
• South Jordan Heritage Park


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