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KTUA’s mission is to provide planning and landscape architectural services that promote the sustainable use of resources while creating inspiring and functional environments that support all human activities.

These services will be provided in a professional, ethical, and profitable manner to sustain staff, encourage research, provide training, invest in technology, and fund marketing efforts for corporate and professional stability.

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  • 02 . 10 . 2024

    City of Chula Vista’s Otay Ranch Grove Park Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

    On September 13, 2023, a special ribbon cutting ceremony was held for the grand opening of the City of Chula Vista’s Otay Ranch Grove Park. It was a beautiful day and the park looked...

  • 02 . 03 . 2024

    National Park(ing) Day 2023

    On September 15, 2023, KTUA participated in Park(ing) Day, a global, public, participatory project where people across the world temporarily repurpose curbside parking spaces and convert them into public parks and social spaces to...

  • 02 . 02 . 2024

    Mira Mesa High School Music Building Wins Award

    Mira Mesa High School Whole Site Modernization and Music Building received an AIA San Diego Architecture Honor award on June21, 2023. Designed by Architects Mosher Drew, the new design provides state-of-the-art facility for acoustic...

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our promise

As our client, you can expect quality services that focus on your priorities and meet your deadlines and budgets. As your partner, our staff will provide planning and landscape architectural solutions that are creative, clearly communicated, and well executed.

My vision is twofold: first connecting with the beauty of nature and providing the bridge for others to better appreciate and understand nature, and second making a difference by contributing to the sustainability of our interface with the natural environment.

Chris Langdon
KTUA Principal
Mission Trails Regional Park Interpretive Center