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Ms Gearon brings to Marstel-Day a broad range of skills obtained over 15 years working in environmental landscape design, planning, and consulting. She has conducted Encroachment Action Plans for the Navy, and led analysis, research, and strategic communication and engagement for the Army Community Partnership program. Ms Gearon provided production and graphic design support for Air Force Installation Complex Encroachment Management Action Plans (ICEMAPs), and Marine Corps Encroachment Control Plans (ECPs).
Prior to joining Marstel-Day in 2013, Ms Gearon was a landscape architect working with EDAW (a multi-national landscape and environmental design practice), predominantly in Australia and China. She was part of a large multi-disciplinary team creating urban and master planning designs for large scale private and public residential, commercial and waterfront developments. She conducted more traditional landscape plans and designs, visual analysis studies and impact studies for proposed infrastructure projects (including mines, transport and power transmission). Ms Gearon worked for Woods Bagot (a global design practice), as a strategic facility planner. She investigated facilities to determine fit-for-purpose through post-occupancy evaluation studies, forecast future facility needs, analyzed proposed premises for site adaptation/refurbishment potential, and documented and prioritized facility problems for rectification.
Ms Gearon graduated with a BA (industrial design) from RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) and a MA (landscape architecture) from QUT (Queensland University of Technology). Ms Gearon’s interest in urban design and green spaces has resulted in volunteer work with Tree Fredericksburg, and her serving as a member of the City of Fredericksburg’s Clean and Green Commission, and Green Committee.