Jason Radcliff


Jason Radcliff is a Principal and the Director of Quality Management at dwg. Jason provides the office technical advisory support and educates dwg.’s studio leaders and project managers to ensure best practices firm-wide. His systems-based approach to solving problems optimizes collaboration with diverse consultant teams through complex projects. With a thoughtful understanding of initial client expectations and real-world operations for various project typologies and scales, Jason engages every project team with a focus on constructability, economics, maintenance, and material life cycles in mind.

He works to help bring to fruition visionary developments that are dynamic and meaningful, striving for more sustainable solutions by incorporating innovative green infrastructure.

Other responsibilities include the research and evaluation of new building systems and ecological enhancements to promote higher standards of care and landscape performance. Jason specializes in green roofs and on-structure amenity terraces, design detailing, and construction phase administration. He has lived and worked in Austin, Texas, since January of 2000.


  • Bachelors of Landscape Architecture, University of Arkansas, 1998
  • University of Central England, Birmingham, England, 1997

Radcliff, Jason. “The Big Deal with Dirt”, Texas Architect, July/August 2022


RiverSouth – Texas ASLA Honor Award, 2023 
823 Congress Pocket Park - Texas ASLA Merit Award, 2019 
Night Garden - Texas ASLA Honor Award, 2018 
The Pershing - Texas ASLA Merit Award, 2018 
Fareground - Texas ASLA Merit Award, 2018 
The Denizen - Texas ASLA Merit Award, 2015 
816 Congress Roof Transformation - Texas ASLA Merit Award, 2015 
All Web Leads, Courtyard Transformation - Texas ASLA Merit Award, 2013


Springdale Green – Austin, Texas 
Waterloo Park – Austin, Texas 
Fareground (111 Congress) – Austin, Texas 
SXSW Center – Austin, Texas 
Riata Vista Campus – Austin, Texas 
McNay Art Museum, Phase 1 Master Plan Implementation – San Antonio, Texas

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  • Soil Science
  • Carbon Sequestration
  • Urban Tree Canopy
  • Photography
  • Cycling

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