Kent Henschen promoted to Landscape Architect Project Manager

Fehr Graham, a leading Midwest engineering and environmental firm, announced the promotion of Kent Henschen, PLA, to Landscape Architect Project Manager.

During his career that has spanned more than three decades, Henschen has successfully managed and designed a wide range of projects, including streetscapes, urban centers, riverfront projects, parks and recreation, green roofs and rooftop gardens, historic landscape rehabilitation and educational institutions. He leads all phases of the design process, and his work has received recognition at the state and local levels.

Henschen's work is reflected in numerous accolades, notably from the American Society of Landscape Architects Illinois Chapter. His projects have received prestigious awards, including:

He has also played a pivotal role in projects receiving recognition from the American Institute of Architects and the Consulting Engineers Council of Illinois, emphasizing his collaborative approach. While he finds satisfaction in all his projects, highlights include the
Woodward Loves Park Campus, OSF Rock Cut and Quad City Botanical Center. Henschen looks forward to adding the Rockford Public Library to his list of favorites once completed.

Henschen, who joined Fehr Graham in 1991, holds a bachelor's degree in Landscape Architecture from Ohio State University. He is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects