Erin Maciel, RLA | CLA Site
518/584-8661 | 58 Church Street, Suite 200, Saratoga Springs, New York 12866 info@clasite.com

Meet the Professionals

Erin Maciel, RLA

Senior Landscape Architect

 

 

Erin Maciel has over 13 years’ experience as a landscape architect on public infrastructure, transportation and parkland projects and is proficient in leading multidisciplinary design teams, environmental permitting, construction documents, construction inspection and details. Ms. Maciel’s strengths include generating strategic project implementation strategies for a variety of public clients based on their needs and funding capabilities. Ms. Maciel excels at complex project management for projects over $10M, is proficient with client interaction, government communications and reaching community and stakeholder consensus on politically sensitive projects. Erin has also been successful at obtaining national, state and local funding grants for community driven projects and presenting vision documents to potential funding partners. She brings extensive transportation experience to the team from her 10+ years at New York City and State DOTs. Erin currently serves on the Complete Streets Board for the City of Saratoga Springs, New York.

Professional Affiliations
  • Registered Landscape Architect, New York #002410
  • American Society of Landscape Architects, ASLA
  • City of Saratoga Springs Complete Streets Board Member
Professional Experience
  • CLA SITE Saratoga Springs, New York (2017 – Present)  Senior Landscape Architect
  • City of New York Department of Transportation, (2014 – 2017) Senior Project Manager
  • NYS Department of Transportation (2007 – 2014) Landscape Architect
Honors
  • New York City Public Design Commission 35th Annual Excellence in Design Award: Downtown Far Rockaway Streetscape- 2017
  • Federal Highway Administration Environmental Excellence Award 2011New York Route 347 Project
  • L-Train Shutdown Charrette, Van Alen Institute, Juror
Education
  • Master of Science in Urban Affairs City University of New York – Hunter College, 2011 New York, New York
  • BLA Landscape Architecture, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 2006 Syracuse, New York
  • Rome Free Academy, 2001
Publications
  • Under the Elevated: Reclaiming Space, Connecting Communities, Design Trust for Public Space and NYC Department of Transportation March 2015
  • ISBN:978-0-9777175-2-1
URBAN & COMMUNITY STREETSCAPE
  • Saratoga Springs Outdoor Dining Parklets, Saratoga Springs, NY (2020)
  • Liberty Street Green Infrastructure Parking Lot, Poughkipsee, NY (2020)
  • Potsdam Downtown Revitalization Initiative, Potsdam, NY (2019- present)
  • West Dominick Art Plaza, Rome, NY (2018- present)
  • Saranac Lake Downtown Revitalization, Saranac Lake, NY (2018-2019)
  • Central Bridge Complete Streets Plan, Central Bridge, NY (2017-2018)
  • Jamaica Complete Streets Plan & Gateway Plaza, Queens, NY (2017)
  • Far Rockaway Streetscape Improvements, Queens, NY (2014-2017)
  • El-Space Green Infrastructure & Pedestrian Improvements NY (2014-2017)
  • NY347 and NY112 Roadway Reconstruction, Port Jefferson, NY (2012-2015)
  • NY110 Drainage and Roundabout Improvements, Huntington, NY (2009-2012)
  • NY347 Street Reconstruction & Greenway, Hauppauge, NY (2011-2014)
  • Stony Brook Pedestrian and ADA Improvements, Stony Brook, NY (2009-2011)
  • Riverhead Downtown Streetscape Reconstruction, Riverhead, NY (2009-2011)
PARKS, TRAILS & WATERFRONTS
  • Town of Minerva Local Waterfront Revitalization Project, Minerva, NY (2020)
  • NYSDOS Rome Waterfront Village Park and Rewatered Erie Canal (2017-present)
  • Sauquoit Creek Trail Master Plan, Whitestown, NY (2017-present)
  • Golconda Skate Park, Brooklyn, NY (2008-2014)
  • Ocean Parkway Bikeway, Long Island, NY (2014)
  • Bethpage Bikeway, Bethpage, NY (2013)
  • Sautauket- Port Jefferson Greenway, Sautauket, NY (2010)
ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING & COMPLIANCE
  • NYCDEP Victory Blvd Pump Station and Force Main, City Environmental Quality Review & Uniform Land Use Review Procedure, Staten Island, NY (2019)
  • Sauquoit Creek Channel & Floodplain Restoration, USACE-DEC Joint Application, Whitestown, NY (2018-present)
  • Canalway Trail: Frankfort to Ilion, USACE-DEC Joint Application, Ilion, NY (2018)