Green Water Infrastructure announces new strategic partnership with April Hensley

Westfield, IN – Locally-based Green Water Infrastructure (GWI), an environmental consulting company, has announced a new strategic partnership with April Hensley of Leech-Hensley Architects, Inc. Hensley will bring her expertise in landscape architecture and design to GWI on an as-needed basis.

“April’s unique talents and experiences make her a great addition to GWI and our clients,” said Tom Barrett, owner of GWI. “Participating in this partnership enables GWI clients to participate in a more collaborative design approach.”

As President of Leech-Hensley Architects, Inc. April oversees the site planning, space planning, architectural design, and interior design aspects of landscape architecture. She is an active member of the local community serving on the Board of Directors for The Historic Ambassador House & Heritage Gardens.

About Green Water Infrastructure:

Green Water Infrastructure is a consulting company, which integrates water resources for sustainable site development. Green Water strives to utilize one hundred percent of the water resources on a site at the site. The company saves communities money by combining green infrastructure with gray infrastructure, new technology with existing technology, creating sustainable growth – sustainable growth environmentally and socially. For more information, please visit

About April Hensley: Hensley received her Architecture and Environmental Design degrees from the Ball State University. She is a certified landscape architect with the Indiana & City of Indianapolis Certified WBE and serves on committees such as Fishers Town Center Steering Committee, Fishers Town Center Design Review Committee, and Fishers 116th Street & Olio PUDCommittee.

By Allison Carter

Posted: August 03, 2010

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