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Aerial view of the pools and gazebo with the ocean and sand in the background.

Marriott's Barony Beach Beach Club

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC

One of Marriott’s Vacation Club International’s most beautiful beach locations! This 255-unit oceanfront resort highlights the curves that I enjoy developing in my landscapes. As Senior Project Manager, I was tasked with the master planning, entitlements and full landscape architectural services for this facility.

daytime view of pools, rock formation and tables with umbrellas

Marriott's Grand Hotel Golf Resort & Spa

POINT CLEAR, AL

The goal in designing this resort pool area was to cater to the needs of all of the guests from young to old, small to large crowds, providing spaces that everyone can call their own and using the natural environment to its greatest potential.

Daytime aerial view of Marriott Grande Ocean Resort and pools

Marriott's Grand Ocean Resort

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC

Senior Project Manager for the South Garden, a family-oriented pool area of this 285-unit oceanfront timeshare project. Features include spray features, geysers, whirlpool, hot tubs, putting green, shuffleboard courts and grill areas.

Mancheba Beach Resort & Spa in Aruba walkway lined with palm trees

Manchebo Beach Resort & Spa

ARUBA-CARIBBEAN

As Senior Project Manager for preparation of redevelopment plans for this Caribbean beachfront resort, my team and I focused on identifying elements that would bring this resort from a AAA rating of 2 stars to 4 stars. We identified opportunities and constraints, prepared conceptual diagrams of how the resort could be redeveloped and, most importantly, how it can be phased to maintain revenue and minimize impact on guests throughout the redevelopment process.

Pool and slide from Disney Vacation Club in Hilton Head, SC

Disney Vacation Club

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC

As Senior Project Manager, I was responsible for master planning and permitting for this 175-unit interval occupancy project. Preserving the large, live oak trees was one of the main challenges in this project.

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