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October 15, 2014
ELM has made several additions in the Seattle office, hiring Ints Luters and Greg Murphy as landscape architects and Sue Costa Paschke as an intern landscape architect. Luters has nearly 20 years of experience, including 15 in the Pacific Northwest on highway design, Confluence project sites with Maya Lin, and designs at zoos in North America and Europe. He is working a $60-million exhibit at the San Diego Zoo where ELM is the landscape architect and design lead working with The Miller Hull Partnership and Quince Farm Studio. Murphy has 20 years of experience in park, waterfront, zoo and urban design projects including Chicago's Burnham Park and the Elliott Bay Seawall. He is working on retail/resort planning and zoo design. Paschke holds a master's degree in landscape architecture from the University of Washington. She has been a CAD drafter for more than a decade and produces construction graphics. She is supporting Africa Rocks at the San Diego Zoo. ELM is a Jacksonville, Florida-based firm that provides planning, architecture, landscape architecture, urban design and environmental graphics.