Our guiding philosophy is to provide clients with sound, innovative landscape design solutions.
At Design Two Four / Two Six, we work closely with our clients to ensure each project is within budget and on time while providing the highest level of service possible. Design Two Four / Two Six continues to be committed to the creation of beautiful, high quality and functional design solutions. Our conscientious approach, respect for our work and the materials with which we work ensures successful, high profile, long lasting results. We look forward to partnering with you to provide a project that thrives and provides joy for years to come.
Master Planning Hardscape Design
Parks and Recreation
Park and Recreation Master Plans
Regional, Community, Neighborhood Park
Interpretive Signage Design
Landscape Management Guidelines
Budgeting/Cost Control/Value Engineering
Landscape Design Guidelines
Planning & Design
Facilities Analysis and Planning
Post Construction Consulting/Analysis
Open Space Planning
Sports Field Complex Design
Corporate Campus Design
Water Feature Design
Centennial Middle School
Project scope included: conversion of an existing field and track to artificial surfaces. The new, mixed-use synthetic turf facility for the Snohomish School District can accommodate soccer and football and is surrounded by a rubberized 400-meter 8 lane running track. The synthetic turf field was carefully sited in order to take advantage of the site topography and surroundings, thus reducing cut and fill costs for the owner.
Lake Hills Community Park
Project scope included: design of a new irrigation system and other water improvements to improve service to existing field and future structures. Design Two Four / Two Six worked closely with the City of Bellevue Parks Department to come up with design solutions that worked with their existing facility including: Existing features in the park to be designed around included a basketball court, 2 ball fields, a play area, restroom and parking areas.
Bellevue Children's Academy
Project scope included: design a new play area for the children including landscape and irrigation. The new design removed approximately 6,000 square feet of impervious surface. Artificial turf was chosen as the new playground's surface due to its overall durability, and when combined with a drainage system, its flexibility in rainy weather. The use of artificial turf also doubled as acceptable padding under the play equipment which was repurposed from the school's previous location.
Project scope included: revise and renovate the existing landscape and irrigation. The existing landscape was overgrown and was causing damage to the asphalt and curbs throughout the site. The new landscape provides for an updated presentation of the exterior with a primary focus on the front entrance with new plant materials and landscape lighting for added appeal. The irrigation system was also converted to a more efficient drip system.
Jason Anderson has over 18 years of professional experience in landscape architecture as a successful project manager, designer, and construction manager. His responsibilities include project management, construction documents, specifications, cost estimates, and construction administration.
In Jason's career he has worked with a number of builders, architects, engineers, municipalities, and owners, which gives him a broad range of projects and the understanding of the details involved in each of the different types of endeavors. His duties included inventory and analysis of the existing conditions, layout and design of play fields, planting beds, irrigation design, construction cost estimating, management of the construction document and administration procedures, bid assistance, construction management, and irrigation system performance.
Washington State University
Bachelors of Science in Landscape Architecture
LICENSE & CERTIFICATIONS
Landscape Architect, State of Washington #936
Certified Landscape Irrigation Auditor, IA
Certified EPA WaterSense partner