John Grove ASLA


John Grove is a Partner and Principal of Reed Hilderbrand and has led many of the firm’s most technically sophisticated projects, including Beck House and Harvard’s Naito-Bauer Life Sciences Precinct. Joining the practice in 1999, John’s approach unites a painter’s eye with a builder’s precision craft. He has advanced Reed Hilderbrand’s modes of design expression and visualization while also formalizing its technical capacities for construction documentation and quality assurance. John is highly regarded for his client relationship management as well as his professional mentorship for young designers. Notable current projects under John’s leadership include the American Museum of Natural History Expansion in NYC, the Yale Science Hill Courtyard, the USDOT Volpe Center and Volpe Exchange Parcel planning effort with MITIMCo, and Katahdin Wood and Waters National Monument Contact Station and Road in Penobscot County, Maine. John earned Bachelor of Arts and Master of Landscape Architecture degrees from the University of Virginia.