Curt T. Coronato
With over 35 years of progressive experience as a Landscape Architect, Curt brings an expert approach to our landscape architectural work relating to site design and land development projects. He has a background in all facets of site project development and management, with areas of expertise in site and land-use planning, landscape architectural design, municipal Parks and Recreation studies and design, storm water management systems, erosion and sediment controls, wetlands restoration, site grading and drainage solutions, athletic facility planning and design, playgrounds, aquatic play areas, community centers, etc. Curt’s experience includes planning, design and construction administration on a large variety of site development projects for educational and municipal clients across the Greater New York and Southwest Connecticut regions.
In his designs, Curt strives to combine site aesthetics with superb technical functionalities to create outdoor places where people like spending their time and want to return to. In this regard, Curt’s professional portfolio features project types including synthetic and natural turf fields (exclusive or multi-use) for football, baseball and softball, soccer, lacrosse, Gaelic football, cricket, and other. He has designed school running tracks, tennis-, paddleboard-, basketball- and volleyball courts, playgrounds and aquatic areas, dog-runs, fitness paths, skating facilities, etc.
Most notably, Curt developed the Stamford City-wide Parks, Recreation & Open Space Master Plan, a massive multi-year recreational facility surveying, inventory, and planning endeavor.
- Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, SUNY Syracuse University
- Associate in Applied Science - Landscape Development, SUNY Cobleskill College
- Landscape Architecture - New York
- President, Design Professionals Coalition of Long Island (DPCLI)
- New York State Recreation & Parks Society (NYSRPS)
- Westchester Recreation & Parks Society (WRAPS)
- National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA)
- Oyster Bay High School Unveils New Turf Field
- School athletic facilities in 2021
- Construction Begins on a New Athletic Field Complex at SUNY Westchester College
- Greenacres School Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
- Progress Update: Construction continues at Greenacres School
- School Construction Has Begun at Scarsdale
- Scarsdale School Bond Referendum Passes with 65% Voter Approval
- The new school addition plays a crucial role in the District’s response to COVID
- $20M bond proposal includes replacing high school grass field