California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, CA - 1983
A.A., Ventura College - 1979
Mr. Fuhrman has over 28 years of diversified experience in the practice of landscape architecture. Steve began his career, in the green industry in 1978, as a designer, superintendent, and estimator for a medium sized design-build landscape contractor in southern California. Steve also spent a year as a landscape architectural and construction consultant for a residential developer involved in a 1,200-acre residential community in Placer County, CA. He was responsible for construction budgeting, site planning, passive solar applications, erosion control studies, offsite construction supervision, and writing design guidelines and CC&Rs.
Since 1983, Steve has maintained roles as a Project Manager for a landscape architectural firm in Sacramento, as a Principal of his own firm from 1992 to 1998, and was a founding Principal with Land Architecture, Inc.. His varied duties have included site planning, design development, contract documents, construction administration, project management, business development, marketing, preparing proposals, and conducting public presentations and workshops.
In 2011, as Principal and President he started Fuhrman Leamy Land Group. This new firm will take advantage of Steve’s refined skills in problem solving, and creative solutions in landscape architecture on projects with which he has extensive experience from residential communities, institutional, parks, site planning, and multi family projects. He has highly refined skills and is efficient in design development, contract document preparation. Steve possess advanced skills, in leadership, rainmaking, and devotes pro bono services to youth projects, and to Memorials for the Veterans and fallen public servants.
Steve has exemplified well organized business administration and creative design skills in order to develop a successful service-oriented practice. His credibility is based on his sensitivity to identifying programming and scheduling needs at the onset of each project. Steve is drawn to innovative, cost-effective design solutions, and continually focuses his efforts on service and responsiveness to client needs.
California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, CA - 1995
NV RLA 765
Mr. Leamy has worked in the practice of landscape architecture for 20 years. Upon graduation from Cal Poly, Kevin began his career in 1995 as a landscape designer and design consultant for large retail Nursery. While working there, he used his interpersonal skills to formulate a long list of repeat and word of mouth clientele. He worked closely with Nursery Operation staff, contractors, distributors, as well as the general public defining his sale and marketing skills while acquiring an extensive knowledge of plant material and was involved in high-end residential design. He was responsible for all homeowner residential consultation, design, and presentation. He followed each project through to completion, overseeing layout, product and plant material ordering, as well as general project construction administration.
In 1997 Mr. Leamy began his landscape architecture career as a production manager for a design-build firm in Northern California area of Auburn. Kevin worked on exclusive high-end residential and small-scale commercial projects. His duties were varied as he posses many quality skills in communication as well as problem solving. He refined his design skills in site analysis, design development, project management, and construction documents, during his six years helping the firm to successive profitable years.
In 2004, Kevin joined a Roseville based Landscape Architecture firm as a Project Manager on numerous multi-family projects, and public benefit projects. He was responsible for quality control and timely delivery of submissions and meeting deadlines, and project budgets. Since 2011 Kevin and Steve have joined forces and began Fuhrman Leamy Land Group.
Throughout his career, Mr. Leamy has developed a wide range of design skills and qualifications, which have enabled him to manage many successful projects that meet the needs of his clients.
California Polytechnic State University, Pomona
Mrs. Miller worked as a nurseryperson for Armstrong Nursery in Irvine, CA, from 1999 to 2000. While working there she attained an extensive working knowledge of ornamental plant material specific to the southern California regional landscape. From 2000 to 2001, Angela worked as a designer’s assistant/office manager for a private designer of high-end residential landscapes in Harbor City, CA. While working there she achieved a significant understanding of office and project management and enhanced her design skills, functionally and graphically, in small and large space custom residential design.
Upon graduation from Cal Poly in 2002, Angela took up residency in Italy. After returning back to the states in 2005, she worked as a designer for Land Architecture, Inc. before starting her own residential/graphic design company in 2011 while starting a family. Angela transitioned back into commercial design after joining FLLG in September 2014. Coupling her appreciation for design and graphic communication with well developed technical and organizational skills, her responsibilities have included planting design, irrigation layout and design, material research and selection, grading and drainage, and graphic communications.
California Polytechnic State University, SLO
Ms. Millett has over 11 years of experience in all aspects of landscape architecture. Since joining FLLG in May 2011, her varied experiences helps her to bring new and innovative ideas. Marcy’s prior experience in landscape architecture was at Beals Alliance and WRG Design where she worked on large and small-scale commercial retail projects, parks, bike trails, residential community design, and streetscapes. As the lead of WRG’s Sacramento’s Landscape Architecture group, Marcy managed all projects – fostered strong relationships with clients, jurisdictions, and sub consultants, as well as making sure budgets and schedules were met.
She worked at two private firms in Southern California where she gained a strong background in creating visual simulations, planting designs, irrigation designs, plaza designs, oak tree restoration design, and GPS as-builts. Marcy also studied abroad for a year in England to broaden her knowledge on historical landscape projects and gain a wordly view of landscape architecture. She also has experience in the public sector where she did an internship with the San Jose Department of Public Works. Marcy graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 2004 with a Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture.
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Mr. Ude graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 2011 with a Bachelor’s degree in Landcape Architecture. During his college years, Michael engaged with professionals while interning for Omni-Means Planners & Engineers along with LPA Inc. in Roseville. These internships led to his first professional position working for Alan Okazaki Designs in El Dorado Hills, a design-build company with a focus on high-end residential landscapes. This position allowed Michael to work on-site and engage in the construction phase of land development while also having opportunities to design for clients under a licensed Landscape Architect. After spending time in the field, Michael joined Fuhrman Leamy Land Group in June 2013. He has prepared landscape improvement plans for all types of projects ranging from industrial, institutional, commercial, residential, and park sectors. Outside of work, Michael has designed landscapes for families all over California.