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Planner and Landscape Architect


Fred Warnecke received his master of Planning and Landscape Architecture from Harvard University in 1979 and his Bachelor of Environmental Science from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1976. Mr Warnecke has twenty years of planning and design experience. His background in planning and landscape architecture has allowed him to serve a vital role on many of the firm's projects by managing site planning, design and environmental planning issues. Mr. Warnecke's previous background has provided him with a thorough understanding of architectural design and the building process. He enjoys incorporating this knowledge in the integrated design and construction of the firm's landscape projects.



He has worked on a number of planning and landscape projects including the Mission Bay Master Plan for Southern Pacific, San Francisco, California, City College of New York; George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, Beacon Shore and Harborside Condominiums, Redwood Shores and Wells Fargo Banks. Commercial and Institutional planning and landscape projects include Ventura County Government Center in Ventura, California; San Francisco Hilton; Aloha Tower Plaza, Hawaii; Pacific Grove Village Inn, Monterey, California; Mondavi Winery Facility, Napa, California; and the Ernest and Julio Gallo Wineries in Modesto and Sonoma Counties, California. Recent commercial landscape projects for Kendall Jackson include Hartford Court Winery, Laughlin Road Winery and design work on Stonestreet Winery and Cambria Winery, as well as Mr. & Mrs. Jackson's personal residence. Mr. Warnecke completed the Gauer Estate Park in Geyserville, the Notre Dame Early Learning Center in San Mateo and recently finised the Gardens at the Pacific Union Club in San Francisco and the 1998 Napa Designer Showcase House. Mr. Warnecke has lectured on Landscape Architecture at Stanford University and is the Chairman of the Park and Recreation Commission for the City of San Rafael overseeing 17 parks and developing landscape conceptual master plans for four parks in San Rafael.




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