José Juan Terrasa-Soler, ASLA
José Juan has spent the past 25 years practicing at the intersection of ecology and design. He has applied his expertise in landscape architecture, environmental science, and physical planning to green infrastructure and sustainable urban design projects in Puerto Rico and New York, including the revitalization of El Portal Visitors Center at El Yunque National Forest and Resilient Power Puerto Rico, a designer-led effort to foster sustainability and resiliency in Puerto Rico in response to climate change.
José Juan received a Bachelor’s Degree from Mount Saint Mary’s College (Maryland), as well as Master’s Degrees in Ecology from University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, in Environmental Studies from Yale University, and in Landscape Architecture from Harvard University.
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