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Linda Tycher & Associates, founded in 1978, is a Landscape Architectural Design firm based on the principal that a high level of design provides increased value to a project, insuring its successful form, function, and long-term viability.  Linda Tycher brings over 40 years of experience to the firm and is registered in Texas, Michigan, New Jersey, Arizona, Oregon, the State of Washington, Tennessee, and North Carolina.  Ms. Tycher's  background in campus planning is utilized on a broad range of projects requiring an analysis of site specific parameters and the creation of livable and walkable environments.  The ongoing direction of the firm emphasizes urban infill developments and the creation of exciting and dynamic communities.  Ms. Tycher served on the City of Dallas Urban Design Advisory Committee (UDAC) for three terms.  The firm was also part of the team that designed the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Twenty Mile Light Rail Starter System and was involved in community meetings for eleven (11) light rail stations over a period of six years.  Tony Stewart, RLA, Senior Project Manager, has been with Linda Tycher & Associates for 26 years and is in charge of Contract Document preparation.  In addition to Texas Registration as a Landscape Architect, he is a certified LEED Green professional and guides the firm in providing sustainable design and expert documentation that allows the finished installation to reach its full potential.  In addition to working on urban infill mixed use and multi-family, Linda Tycher & Associates provides design for campus planning, commercial, institutional/municipal and private residential projects.  Linda Tycher & Associates has provided Landscape Architectural Design for the following firms and institutions: 




Alamo Manhattan

Austin College


Canoe Brook Development

Corgan Architects

Dallas Area Rapid Transit

Dallas ISD

Dallas Park & Recreation Dept.



HLR Architects

Lincoln Property Company

LRK Architects

O'Brien Architects



Regency Centers

Richland College

Roseland Property Company



Stoneleigh Hotel

StreetLights Residential

Texas Woman's University


University of North Texas

University of Texas at Arlington

University of Texas at Dallas

University of Texas at San Antonio

WDG Architects


P: 214-641-8859



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