Jason Loiselle is the managing principal of the NYC office of Sherwood Design Engineers leading many of their most progressive projects including Brooklyn Bridge Park, Hudson Yards and the Croton Water Treatment Plant Water Reclamation System. Along the South SF Bay, he is leading the design of the water systems on the redevelopment and expansion of a large tech campus focused on climate adaptation, water and carbon balancing, landscape integrated stormwater and sea level rise resilience. In Tanggu, China he is spearheading the civil design, ecological planning and the implementation of an 80-hectare riverfront park, and in Dubai, he is leading the design of a net zero water pavilion for the EXPO 2020.
Prior to Sherwood, Jason served as Senior Associate with Sasaki Associates in Boston, Massachusetts. At Sasaki, he managed several university projects including UMASS Amherst; Trinity College; University of Michigan; Auburn University; University of Mississippi and Sacred Heart University. Jason is a Registered Professional Engineer in the States of New York and Massachusetts and is a LEED Accredited Professional. He was a contributing writer for two of Sherwood’s publications Water Infrastructure: Equitable Deployment of Resilient Systems and Sustainable Infrastructure. He developed the creative infrastructure strategies for the WORKac Team’s proposal of Foreclosed – Rehousing the American Dream, exhibited at PS1 and the Museum of Modern Art. He has been lecturing at GSAPP’s Urban Design Seminar “Infrastructure Resilience and Public Space” since 2012 and has presented on these topics at ASLA and AIA conferences.