Houston, November 14, 2011 – TBG Partners, one of Texas’ top landscape architecture and planning firms, has advanced Stan Winter, AICP, to principal in its Houston office. A vital member of the firm for the past three years, Stan has nearly 30 years of professional experience with large planning developments of all types.
Stan has been with TBG since its 2008 merger with Vernon G. Henry & Associates (VHA), an urban land-planning firm established in 1967. Stan worked at VHA for 26 years on a number of high-profile projects, particularly suburban developments for the private sector.
During his time at TBG, Stan has served as TBG Houston’s director of planning, overseeing the development of large planning projects including master-planned communities and mixed-use developments.
Stan’s current work includes land planning and subdivision platting for Bridgeland, an 11,000-acre master-planned community in northwest Houston. The development includes an extensive lake and park system, which provides the residents water, open space and scenic views. Stan is also overseeing planned development zoning and entitlements for the 650-acre Imperial Sugar Tract in Sugar Land. This project is a multi-phased plan to transform the historic Imperial Sugar refinery into a vibrant mixed-use development that adaptively reuses the site’s existent infrastructure. This long-term project stems from a robust public-private partnership and seeks to meet objectives for historic preservation and sustainable economic development.
Stan holds an MBA from the University of Houston and a Bachelor of Arts in Design from Southern Illinois University.