Steve Tycz

Senior Associate

Steve is a licensed Landscape Architect with over twenty years of experience on a broad range of projects. He’s drawn toward a focus on technical aspects of the craft, thoughtful material selection, attentive detailing, and careful construction, to ensure design ideas are realized into successful built work. Growing up in New England, playing in the woods, camping, hiking, and summer road trips instilled a deep curiosity about the local environment and persistent wonder about what lies beyond. Steve earned a degree in Landscape Architecture at the University of Connecticut, followed by rigorous professional experience at multiple award-winning firms. With PWP Landscape Architecture, Steve worked on the design and documentation of Glenstone in Potomac, MD and then led construction phase services for the development/renovation of the 230-acre museum campus and installation of more than 8,000 trees. At Reed Hilderbrand since 2019, Steve serves as project manager for several institutional commissions in addition to private residences in the Northeast.