Jane Reed Ross, PLA, ASLA
Goodwyn, Mills, Cawood
Jane Reed Ross has been practicing Landscape Architecture for over 30 years, with experience throughout the southeast as well as in the Washington D.C. area and Queensland, Australia. Jane has led projects in the direction of sustainable design in award winning civic spaces like Homewood Central Park, Homewood Shades Creek Greenway and Birmingham Children’s Zoo. Combining quality design with environmentally holistic solutions, she has worked on projects that have a sense of place and presence based on an ethic of function, art and the client’s needs and budget.
Jane has worked with GMC for the past 10 years as the project landscape architect for the Red Rock Trail Master Plan, Jefferson County; Rotary Trail, Birmingham; Lane Parke Mixed Use Development in Mountain Brook, Pepper Place 2nd Avenue Streetscape in Birmingham, Birmingham Zoo Entrance Plaza and Event Lawn and numerous trail projects and campus work including residence halls at Auburn University, UAB and UNA.
Jane is a member of the Birmingham Rotary Club, Oak Hill Cemetery Board, Friends of Shades Creek Board, the Freshwater Land Trust Red Rock Trail Advisory Committee and is the President and past Trustee for the American Society of Landscape Architects Alabama Chapter.