Locally, Kevin Osburn has built knowledge and shaped progressive spaces that better our city now, and for generations to come. His skills have created places here and across the country that better social, environmental, and economic health for many lives. We’re excited to share that the decades of Kevin’s hard work have recently been recognized through The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).
He was recently awarded and elevated as an ASLA Fellow, the highest of honors from the ASLA membership, and to many landscape architects. His projects are some that our fellow neighbors will know very well including: the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, an 8-mile, $63-million pedestrian and bicycle system woven seamlessly into the existing fabric of downtown, catalyzing over $1 billion in new investment; and the Monon Redevelopment—Monon Trail, Monon Boulevard, and Midtown Plaza, Indianapolis and Carmel, IN, an early urban-suburban rails-to-trails 10-mile trail project that creates a distinctive place and aesthetic.
The next time you experience one of the amenities above, think about the professionals, like Kevin, who have committed a lifetime to make our public spaces more welcoming and transformational for all to enjoy.