Martha Lyon Landscape Architecture, LLC is a certified woman-owned business entity offering design, historic preservation and planning services to clients throughout New England and New York State. The firm specializes in the treatment of historic and cultural landscapes, and since its founding in 2000, has completed over 170 such projects. Included in these are work for the Emily Dickinson Museum, (Amherst, Massachusetts), Winthrop Street Cemetery, Town Green, Lopes Square, and Provincetown Public Library (Provincetown, Massachusetts), Maple Street Cemetery and Veterans’ Memorial Park (Adams, Massachusetts), North and Britland Parks (Fall River, Massachusetts), Pine Grove Cemetery, Valley Cemetery and Stark Park (Manchester, New Hampshire), and the historic Warren and Polly Hull Family Home and Farmstead (Lancaster, New York). Clients have included state and municipal governments, as well as non-profit organizations.
Managing principal Martha H. Lyon, ASLA, holds a master’s degree in landscape architecture and is registered to practice landscape architecture in the States of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. She has published articles and delivered lectures on historic landscapes, and has been an adjunct professor of landscape architecture at the University of Massachusetts.
Preparing hand-drawn illustrations of design concepts, while relying on computer technology for drafting, desktop publishing, estimating and word processing, Martha Lyon Landscape Architecture, LLC provides the following services:
Historical research & writing
*Cultural Landscape Reports
*National Register of Historic Places nominations (for landscapes)
*Landscape assessment & planning
*Landscape design, construction documentation & observation
*Grant & proposal writing