Suite 900 WARF Building
610 Walnut Street
Madison, WI. 53726
Hours: M-F 7:45AM-4:30PM
Campus Planning and Landscape Architecture Staff
Gary Brown, PLA, FASLA, Director
Gary Brown is a licensed landscape architect who is responsible for interpreting, updating and recommending methods of implementing the Campus Master Plan; provides detailed area physical development plans; provides professional landscape architecture services for the campus; participates and leads special studies related to land use plans, building massing studies, transportation plans; coordinates signage and wayfinding; coordinates municipal zoning approvals; works with neighborhoods and special interest groups, and participates in joint University/Community planning efforts. Mr. Brown is also currently serving as the national ASLA Vice President for Professional Practice.
Daniel Einstein, Historic & Cultural Resouces Manager
Daniel Einstein is responsible for managing campus historic buildings and landscapes, including our Native American archaeological sites, as well as planning for and maintaining the university’s Percent-for-Art and public art installations. He works closely with the director on historic preservation planning initiatives and the development of interpretative materials to build awareness for these special campus resources.
Deborah Hatfield, PE, Zoning Coordinator
Deborah Hatfield assists in the municipal zoning approval processes for all major projects. She coordinates zoning applications and facilitates project conditions of approval with the appropriate municipal staff and agencies. Her work also includes master plan development and coordination.
Rhonda James, PLA, ASLA, Landscape Architect Senior
Rhonda James is a licensed landscape architect who provides project leadership and site development expertise to the campus. She assists with work on the Campus Master Plan and helps facilitate implementation of the Plan. She establishes development standards and policies related to site planning and design.
Vorakiat "Top" Tantivivat, Facilities Access Specialist
Top Tantivivat coordinates physical accessibility of facilities on the UW-Madison campus. He reviews building and site plans for accessibility and code compliance, assists facility managers with accessibility concerns and develops campus policy related to facilities access.
Kirsten Jianting Zhao, Campus Design Intern
Kristen provides planning project support and assists in site development initiatives across campus.
Matt Cyran, Campus Design Intern
Matt provides planning project support and assists in site development initiatives across campus.
Peter Clark, Campus Design Intern
Peter provides planning project support and assists in site development initiatives across campus.