William Hutchinson

William Hutchinson is the State Landscape Architect for New Mexico Department of Transportation and manages the Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) and Roadside Environment programs. Licensed in New Mexico since 1986, he has degrees from Oregon State University and Lewis and Clark College. He has been involved in design and construction projects in New Mexico, Oregon, New York, Australia, Europe, Mexico City, and his native Colorado. Based in Santa Fe, he spearheaded the integration of the CSS tool into the NMDOT design process, manages the bridge art process, designs re-vegetation solutions for our 200,000 acres of right-of-way, and is a staunch advocate for livability in project design when Main Street is a state highway.