Kevin Robert Perry, FASLA, PLA
Kevin Robert Perry, is a nationally recognized leader in successfully integrating stormwater management with high-quality urban design. He has designed, managed the construction, and provided post-construction monitoring on over 80 green street and rain garden demonstration projects within the United States. Kevin’s innovative stormwater projects meld the concepts of art, education, and ecological function. Kevin has extensive experience in the entire process for sustainable stormwater design and implementation, including pilot project identification, opportunities and constraints analysis, conceptual design and master planning, education and outreach for the client and general public, and assists design teams with technical design, construction administration, and operations and maintenance plan development.
Kevin's work experience has helped municipalities and policy makers develop a “toolbox” of design strategies and guidelines for agencies across the United States. Kevin has given over 85 public presentations nationally and internationally and often conducts “hands on” workshops for communities interested in how green infrastructure can be integrated within the urban fabric. His projects have been featured multiple times in Landscape Architecture Magazine, Stormwater Magazine, and other publications.
Kevin received his Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture in 1996 at the University of California, Davis. Kevin has now come full circle and teaches advanced studio courses in green infrastructure at the UC Davis Landscape Architecture Department and has created the “Student Leadership in Green Infrastructure” group at UC Davis.
Currently Kevin Robert Perry is working on green infrastructure planning and implementation projects across the United States.
Addison Perry is attending Cal Poly Pomona as a first-year student in the Architecture program and has a strong interest in technology, design, and photography. When not staying up all night completing school studio projects, Addison continues to hone his design skills at Urban Rain Design and is helping the firm realize the potential for visualizing green infrastructure concepts through the use of film and modeling software.