Joy Kuebler Landscape Architect, PC proudly focuses its work on the human experience in the landscape, working to improve the quality of life for people through the power of the environment surrounding them.
JKLA is as committed to enjoying work as we are to doing important work. We are focused on acquiring knowledge, not just of our professional craft, but of the world around us.
Landscape architecture is everywhere, and so are we.
“Green space is a high priority in our facilities development. The green roof is part of a renovation that reduces our environmental impact while expanding useful space,” said Robert Henry, Assistant Vice President for Facilities and Planning at the College at Brockport.“The green roof system acts like a sponge, soaking up rainfall and reducing the runoff from the site, having a positive impact on local water quality. In addition, the plants beautify and help to cool the rooftop, making it an enjoyable gathering place for students and administrators.”read more
To raise awareness about Domestic Violence in Western New York, and to honor fallen victims as well as survivors, local DV advocates and community volunteers have created a permanent, public tribute in Isle View Park in Tonawanda.
The Tribute Garden serves as an important reminder that domestic violence exists and that the lives that have been devastated by domestic violence should be remembered with dignity, love and respect.read more
Williamsville is having a green wall constructed on East Spring Street near the Old Mill.read more
The third Friday in September is PARK(ing) Day, an annual worldwide event where artists, designers and citizens transform metered parking spots into temporary public parks. This is the second consecutive year that JKLA has joined with their brothers and sisters worldwide to reclaim the concrete and turn it into a relaxing pedestrian experience.read more