Ian L. McHarg and his Harvard classmate David A. Wallace founded the design firm Wallace-McHarg Associates in 1962, commissioned by the Green Spring and Worthington Valley Planning Council to address the threat to the valleys by urban expansion of metropolitan Baltimore. The name was soon changed to Wallace-McHarg Associates when Thomas A. Todd and William H. Roberts were made partners in 1963. This name was in turn soon succeeded by Wallace, McHarg, Roberts & Todd (1964).
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