Karen Tamir

Karen Tamir

Field Operations

Karen is recognized for her experience in designing and implementing major projects throughout New York City, and the Northeast in general. Karen’s focus is waterfront sites, bringing forward her expertise in addressing complex urban resiliency issues, waterfront zoning and permitting considerations.

A registered landscape architect and urban designer at Field Operations, she brings over 20 years of professional experience in landscape architecture. Karen’s projects include Hudson River Park’s Gansevoort Peninsula in Manhattan, Brooklyn Commons, the Cornell Tech Campus on New York’s Roosevelt Island, Riverfront Park in Newark, Greenpoint Landing in Brooklyn, Domino Park on the Brooklyn waterfront, and most recently, Sojourner Truth State Park in Kingston, 475 Medford St and 776 Summer Street in Boston.

Karen earned her Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania and her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. Karen is fluent in Hebrew and English and is a registered landscape architect in New York.