Eduardo Colon

Eduardo Colon

Fort Lauderdale, FL, US



I have had the pleasure of collaborating with many consultants, operators, brands, and developers worldwide. Having been involved on most projects with a multi-disciplinary team, I understand the importance of working with experts from various fields to bring about the best possible solution for any project.
I first received a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture with a minor in Latino Studies from the University of Connecticut. While attending the university, my focuses included urban design, commercial design and park & recreational design.
After graduating from UCONN, I continuously made efforts to situate myself in positions where I play an important and active role in the design process. Every project presents itself with new challenges allowing me to generate new solutions.
I am constantly learning, and am open to new ideas. I have been involved in a variety of local projects including designs for exclusive high-end golf and equestrian residential
communities, as well as commercial landscape design. I have also been involved in civic, park, recreational and streetscape design.
Besides having experience in developing and analyzing code, I have also worked on interpreting regulations, composing guidelines and preparing design workbooks / manuals for public dissemination. Additionally, I have been involved with both public and private sector projects, performed detailed graphic design work related to site and landscape design as
well as presentations.
I am a highly motivated and dedicated individual who understands and takes an active involvement in all phases of the design process from program definition, to conceptual sketches, master planning and construction documentation.
Furthermore, I have the ability to analyze land three-dimensionally using several programs to include AutoCAD, Sketchup and GIS.


Architectural Alliance Lansdscape, Fort Lauderdale, Project Manager

Mar 2014 - current

EcoPlan Inc., Fort Lauderdale, FL, US, Associate

• Created, Manages and Supervises 3D Graphic design team.
• Manages the design of various high-end golf communities, exotic resorts, and large-scale historic preservation projects throughout Florida, Latin America and China
• Responsible for all GIS mapping, surveys and analysis

Nov 2007 - Mar 2014

Urban Design Studio, West Palm Beach, FL, US, Landscape Designer / CAD Manager

• Provided services in residential and commercial master planning, urban and regional
planning, eco-tourism and sustainable design
• Co-Author of Delray Beach Historic Design Guidelines
• Supervised CAD production Team

May 2006 - Nov 2007

Vollmer Associates LLP, Hamden, CT, US, Landscape Architect Intern

• Created site plans and details for parks and civic projects
• Assisted in site surveying, inventory and photo documentation
• Presented plans to committees and the public at large.

May 2005 - Dec 2005

William K. Wasch Associates, Middletown, CT, US, Site Survey Intern

• Surveyed site for new senior citizen community
• Proposed locations for senior housing
• Assisted in the planning process for several communities

Dec 2004 - Apr 2005


Florida Atlantic University, Fort Lauderdale, FL, US, Masters, Urban and Regional Planning

The Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree program is designed to educate future planners, practitioners and decision makers dedicated to the improvement of urban regions. The research, teaching, and service activities of the School are guided by the recognition and use of multi-scalar systems and activities; the importance of involvement in a range of governance activities; exploitation of emerging technologies; collaborative engagement across disciplines; and the professional curriculum considerations articulated by the Planning Accreditation Board (PAB). The MURP is a 48-credit-hour program structured to be completed on either a full-time or part-time basis. (

GIS, Data Collection Analysis, Market Analysis, Economic Development, Environmental Planning, Governance.

Sep 2010 - May 2013

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, US, Bachelors, Landscape Architecture

The landscape architect is uniquely positioned to link larger scale planning vision with built site design - a critical juncture in the sensitive & orderly development of our communities and landscape resources. Objective academic leadership in these areas has developed a body of scholarly and creative work that interprets, develops and disseminates sound planning and design principles. (

Urban Design, Commercial Design, Site Analysis to include but not limited to Soils, Elevations, Slopes, Views, Building Orientation, CAD, Sketchup, Photoshop. Master Planning, Site Planning, Residential Community Planning and Design.

Sep 1999 - May 2006