High Performance Landscapes

Matt Stubbs, RLA, is an experienced Landscape Architect with a wide variety of in depth project experience. Previously employed by Talley Associates, HNTB, TBG Partners and Huitt Zollars. Matt has created unique design solutions on numerous public, commercial and residential projects. His experience includes but not limited to livable center studies, hike and bike trails, private estates, multifamily, mixed use, and transportation projects.

Recent Projects

Downtown Richardson Master Plan, Richardson, Texas
Two Corners, Richardson, Texas
Main Street Streetscape, Richardson, Texas
Singing Hill Recreation Center, Dallas, Texas
Northaven Trail Master Plan, Dallas, Texas
I.M. Terrell Academy for STEM and VPA, Fort Worth, Texas
SH 121 Public Art and Landscaping Project, Fort Worth, Texas
Jefferson / 12th Connector Open Space, Dallas, Texas
Phyllis J. Tilley Memorial Bridge - West Bank Improvements, Fort Worth Texas
Central West End Transit Station, St. Louis, Missouri
Katy Trail Hike and Bike Trail Phase III, IV & VI, Dallas, Texas*
Trinity Strand Trail, Dallas, Texas*
Cottonwood Trail Segment C, D & G, Dallas, Texas*
Downtown Tomball Livable Centers Study, Tomball, Texas*
Chisenhall Farms Sports Complex, Burleson, Texas*
NTTA projects, Sam Rayburn Tollway & PGBT Eastern Extension, Texas*
FM 2920 Access Management Study, Texas*
Woodall Rodgers Extension, Dallas, Texas*

Lakeside Village, Flower Mound, Texas
Brookridge Development, Overland Park, Kansas
Abilene Christian University Campus Master Plan, Abilene, Texas
101 Center, Arlington, Texas
Plano Mutual Cemetery, Plano, Texas
River Vue, Fort Worth, Texas
Victoria Electric Company, Victoria, Texas
Field House Development, Austin, Texas
Mesa Condominiums, Austin, Texas
Montecillo Development, El Paso, Texas
Topeka Avenue Apartments, Dallas, Texas
Grapevine Station Lofts, Grapevine, Texas*
Barton Woods Amenity Center, Conroe, Texas*
Private Residence, Dallas, Texas
Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital Campus, Albany, Georgia*
JW Marriott Resort, San Antonio, TX*


2011 Texas ASLA Merit Award in Planning and Analysis:
Downtown Tomball Livable Centers Study

*work with previous firm

Matt has a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Degree from Texas A&M University