Stewart is furthering its commitment to advancing landscape architecture and sustainable design at this year’s national ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture. Held Nov. 15 – 18 at the San Diego Convention Center, this annual conference is hosted by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and brings together landscape architects and allied professionals from across the world to learn, celebrate, build relationships and strengthen the professional community.
Throughout the conference, members of Stewart’s landscape architecture and civil engineering practices will participate in educational sessions, including:
“We’re excited to join professionals from across the globe at this year’s ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture to drive forward innovations and build relationships that will better the profession,” said Batts. “We’re dedicated to the advancement of landscape architecture and are proud to share our passion about the field, both at the conference and within the ASLA organization at large.”
Stewart has continued its commitment to landscape architecture through its active involvement in the ASLA, and many employees have held executive committee positions within local chapters. Emily Blackwell, project manager at Stewart, is the outgoing past president of the North Carolina ASLA (NCASLA) chapter and serves on the Government Affairs Advisory Committee and Leadership Development Committee. Courtney Landoll, planning and design project manager at Stewart, is the incoming president-elect of the NCASLA, serves on the Leadership Development Committee and is a former chair of the Council of Chapter Presidents. Terence Welles, project designer at Stewart, is the outgoing secretary of the NCASLA. Batts also contributed to the ASLA Discover Landscape Architecture Activity Book for kids.
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