Many contributed to improvements at Hopkins campus

August 11, 2011

I am writing in regard to Childs Walker's excellent article ("Campus visionaries," Aug. 9) that described some of the planning work our firm did for the Johns Hopkins University. While we certainly appreciate the kudos our firm received in the article, we would be remiss if we did not point out that the evolution of the campus has been a team effort which included many other talented consultants including RK&K Engineers, Mahan Rykiel Landscape Architects, and Michael Vergason Landscape Architects.

Most importantly, many members of the Hopkins administration — particularly their design and construction staff — played a pivotal role in all the work that was completed. None of the Homewood campus improvements could have happened without their leadership and guidance.

Adam A. Gross, Baltimore

The writer is a principal of Ayers Saint Gross.

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