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May 31, 2023
HBB Landscape Architecture announced the promotion of Michael Walton, ASLA, ISA, and Steve Nowaczyk, ASLA, to principal; and Michelle Biggs, ASLA, CPSI, to senior associate.
Walton, with over 12 years of experience in landscape architecture, brings extensive knowledge of construction methods, horticulture, arboriculture and irrigation design to the team. His work experience includes transportation projects for light rail, roadway corridors, and airports; as well as for college campuses, parks, waterfront and multi-modal trail planning. Most recently, Walton led the landscape design for the Downtown Redmond Link light rail extension in Redmond, the Snohomish Readiness Center in Snohomish, and the R Avenue corridor improvements in Anacortes.
Nowaczyk has been practicing landscape architecture for 16 years. His background in the field spans across the private and public sectors with completed works in private development, public plazas, and transportation infrastructure. Some of Nowaczyk's most recent projects include King County Metro South Annex Base in Tukwila, St. Joseph Medical Center West Tower in Bellingham, and Sound Transit Stride BRT S3 Line that spans through Seattle, Shoreline, Lake Forest Park and Kenmore.
Biggs brings seven years of experience in a diverse range of public and private projects, including parks, trails, streetscapes, schools, multifamily residential and mixed-use developments. As a licensed landscape architect and certified playground safety inspector, Biggs brings technical knowledge of playground safety requirements, inclusive play, and universally accessible design. Recent projects include SoCo Park master plan and Phase 1 improvements in
Covington, Smokey Point Boulevard improvements in Arlington, and the Eastrail Trail connection in Bellevue.