"If you can imagine it.
I can design it."

Wimberly Treadwell has been practicing landscape architecture since the early 80’s. She has experience in project design at every scale from small patios to college campus design. She has served as project manager for projects at different scales working with municipalities, GDOT, hospitals, colleges and municipal authorities.

During her years of practice, Wimberly has worked with hundreds of residential clients, numerous hospitals and nursing home organizations, architects, landscape architects, contractors, churches, and commercial businesses.

Wimberly has enthusiastically practiced landscape architecture in the Middle Georgia community and volunteered her landscape talent and her leadership ability to numerous community interests and projects. Her contributions have been recognized with awards at every level of her career. She has served on numerous Boards and Chaired several Boards and Commissions, advocating for and
promoting the profession of landscape architecture.

Through her professional practice, she has significantly improved the landscape within the College Hill Corridor and Downtown Macon. In the process, she has educated City leaders, business leaders, neighborhood organizations and individuals about the contribution landscape architects make in improving the built environment in which they live.

From the slide on Coleman Hill to the courtyard at Hummingbird, Wimberly knows how to execute fun.
A retainer wall was transformed into the Medical Center Courtyard thanks to Wimberly's vision.
The College Street roundabout along with private residential drives are examples where function meets design.
A beautiful space allows you to kick your feet up, pour a drink and enjoy the outdoors.