Jeff Dube joined Mahan Rykiel Associates in the summer of 2016 after graduating from the University of Michigan with a Masters of Landscape Architecture degree. Having also studied Environmental Sciences at the University of Vermont, Jeff seeks to create landscapes that are both cherished by the community and ecologically rich. Aside from academic research in sustainably-driven and multifunctional landscapes, he has volunteered with several non-profit groups, including the Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice, the Community Outreach Group for Design, and the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, where he was recognized for design excellence.
Jeff enjoys working on urban projects, whether master plan, public park, or streetscape and believes in the power of public spaces to enrich our communities and cities. Joining the Civic Studio, he assists the firm in site analysis, landscape planning, representation, and design. Since joining MRA, Jeff has worked on a variety of projects and has contributed to research projects at the Francis Scott Key Elementary School and Patterson Park. With knowledge of design, ecology, and urban systems, Jeff works to implement the community vision while creating dynamic and resilient landscapes for the future.