Kevin Conger
Kevin Conger
Kevin Conger
Founding Partner/President, CMG Landscape Architecture

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
B.S., Biochemistry (1988)

  • Conger is the founding partner and president of CMG Landscape Architecture. His passion is creating democratic public spaces and improving the social and ecological well-being of our cities.
  • Currently, he is part of a team developing plans to remake the Embarcadero for the San Francisco Seawall Project to address the danger of earthquakes and the likelihood of sea level rise.
  • Conger has led many of CMG's largest and most complex open-space projects in the Bay Area, including a rooftop park and the central space at two of Facebook's Menlo Park campuses; the Treasure Island Redevelopment Project, a repurposing of 480 acres of an old naval base; and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Sculpture Garden, a competition CMG completed with Jensen Architects.
  • Conger is an expert on the subject of sea level rise and lectures frequently on the issues of public space, ecology and design. He is a fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and has been awarded a Seed Fund Fellowship for his commitment to creating more vibrant public spaces in San Francisco.
  • He is a longtime member and valued contributor to Cal Poly's Landscape Architecture Department Advisory Board.

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