What We Do
Terry D. Horst
- 1987 - Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York
- 1986 - SUNY ESF Off-Campus Study in Cork, Ireland
- 1980 - Associate of Applied Science in Environmental Conservation, SUNY Morrisville, Morrisville, New York
- Registered Landscape Architect in the State of New York, Registration #001359
- Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control, Certification #2849
- Sigma Lambda Alpha Landscape Architecture National Honor Society since 1986
- Board of Directors, Baltimore Woods Nature Center, Marcellus, New York
Terry Host is a proud owner of the WBE firm, Maxian + Horst Landscape Architecture. She is a licensed Landscape Architect and has been working in the field for over 30 years. Maxian + Horst works on creating unique solutions to the clients’ outdoor needs. Projects in the past have included NCAA athletic fields, commercial areas, parks, and land planning. She works closely with each client to come up with unique solutions based on the client’s needs. Terry is passionate about the environment and always strives to maintain the integrity of the existing resources.
Environmental Philosophy: Terry has combined her education in environmental conservation and skills in landscape architecture to competently design sites that harmonize with the environment. Terry has become a specialist in Stormwater Management and Stormwater Pollution Prevention Planning. She considers this expertise to be essential to environmental protection. Her dedication to environmental concerns results in skilled and creative solutions for clients in the private and public sectors.
Municipal: City of Rome Waterfront Village: The goal of the project was to create a multi-use waterfront along the Mohawk River. Highlights included the creation of a river walk, new roads and development options for the adjacent neighborhood which includes street-scape and infrastructure improvements. Located along the Mohawk River, the project area is 46 Acres with ½ mile of waterfront and consists of a residential neighborhood, vacant parcels for reuse and redevelopment. Maxian + Horst used their expertise in sustainability to create a streetscape design using porous and permeable paving and to include Bioretention areas curb extensions to treat road stormwater run-off.
Commercial: Kris Tech Wire: In this project, Maxian + Horst took the project from conceptual site design to site Plan review and through construction. Maxian + Horst prepared all Site Plan review and SEQR documentation for approval with the city, designed a stormwater system, prepared NYS Dec Permitting for Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans and performed construction administration. This project also included bioretention which recharged all stormwater into the native soils. In the end, Maxian + Horst reduced impervious surface cover from pre-developed conditions.
Land planning: Brooklyn Pickle North: Maxian + Horst played an essential role on the team which designed the new restaurant in Clay, NY. The project involved gaining the town’s acceptance by allowing them to see how the Brooklyn Pickle project fits in with the future development of the land remaining of the 3-acre property. The team presented several options to town representatives and one was selected to work with and design. Athletics: Fulton High School Sports Stadium: On this project, Maxian + Horst’s role was to prepare all the Site aspects of building projects including a new turf sports stadium. The stadium is located at G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton, NY, and includes a new artificial turf multisport field, 8 lane track, bleachers and press box.
Athletics: Fulton High School Sports Stadium: On this project, Maxian + Horst’s role was to prepare all the Site aspects of building projects including a new turf sports stadium. The stadium is located at G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton, NY, and includes a new artificial turf multisport field, 8 lane track, bleachers and press box.Back To What We Do