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Jones & Jones Architect and Landscape Architects

President: Ilze Jones
Size of firm: 40
Year founded: 1969
Annual revenues: $6 million
Specialties: Wildlife parks, botanic gardens, interpretive centers, urban open space, and road design, conservation planning and ecological restoration

The staff size Jones & Jones has grown from 35 to 40 in the last year, and annual revenues have increased 20 percent.

The firm has projects around the nation and the world. According to founding principal Grant Jones, the most important trends nationwide are large-scale environmental planning, ecological community design and highways designed to fit the land. World wide demand is increasing for wildlife parks, cultural and natural resource preservation, and interpretive projects.

"The Pacific Northwest is our home we like to participate in its care," said Jones. "We want to help address and solve the mounting challenges that face our region."

Projects continuing this year include Magnuson Park at Sandpoint for Seattle Parks; the Ice Age Floods alternative study for the National Parks Service and the states of Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon; Newhalem Diablo Campground and Skagit Site Improvements; Paris Lexington Road, "The Paris Pike," for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet; and the Mountains to Sound Greenway for the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust.

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