Aaron Kraemer is responsible for construction documents, 3D modelling, rendering,  report layout and compilation, as well as GIS analysis and data visualization. He draws on his education in landscape architecture, as well as his passion for interpreting geographic information in an easy to read manner.

Education

Master of Landscape Architecture

University of Minnesota

B.A. Urban Geography

University of Minnesota

Employment Experience

2013 –  2014

Landscape Designer

Artemis Landscape Architects Inc.

Bridgeport, CT

 

2010 – 2013

Urban and Landscape Designer

Biko Associates Inc.

Minneapolis, MN

Project Experience

Aaron has experience in the following areas of landscape and urban design:

  • demographic analysis
  • stormwater management
  • construction document preparation
  • streetscape enhancement
  • transit station design including LRT and BRT facilities
  • wayfinding and pedestrian and bicycle circulation
  • parking lot design
  • infill development and master planning

Aaron’s recent project experience includes:

  • Assisted in the preparation of the Stadium Village/University Avenue Parking and Transportation Study which will inform development of transportation in the area. Helped in the development of streetscape enhancements as well as parking strategies for the area.
  • Provided demographic and land use analysis for the Bottineau Corridor Alternatives Analysis. The data analyzed came from the 2010 US Census and the Metropolitan Council, the data was used to help forecast ridership of the Bottineau Corridor, and to assist with the selection of the preferred LRT route.
  • Prepared schematic LRT and BRT station designs for the Gateway Corridor Alternatives Analysis. Biko Associates was also responsible for the production of several fliers to be used at public open houses for the Alternatives Analysis phase of the Gateway Corridor Project.
  •  Built a digital 3D sketchup model of the Cuyuna Mountain Bike Park in Crosby Minnesota. Stills from the model were used to publicize the design at a large public gathering in Crosby Minnesota as a way to gain support for the design and reuse of a vacant site in downtown Crosby.