WithersRavenel leaders in the spotlight at annual NCASLA conference
Landscape architects and industry leaders from across the state are heading to the coast for an anticipated annual gathering.
The North Carolina chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (NCASLA) is presenting its “Conference on Confluence” May 19-21. The event will be at the Hotel Ballast in Wilmington, and will focus on the importance of confluence, collaboration, and participation.
Highlights of the conference include educational sessions, tours of Wilmington area attractions, exhibitors, opportunities for networking, and an awards gala.
Two of WithersRavenel’s leaders in landscape architecture will be speakers at the conference. Dan Greenberg, PLA, Landscape Architect and Project Manager, will deliver his presentation Green Infrastructure is Awesome! Let’s Keep it That Way,from 1:30-2:30 p.m. Friday, May 20.
Brian Starkey, PLA, ASLA, and WithersRavenel Director of Parks and Recreation, will present Working Together for Inclusion in the Past, Present and Future,from 3:20-4:20 p.m. Friday, May 20. Starkey has been active with NCASLA leadership for many years, currently serving as Chapter Trustee.
Additionally, WithersRavenel’s Director of Landscape Architecture, Courtney Landoll, PLA, ASLA, is the past president of NCASLA. Courtney also serves the national ASLA on the National Board of Trustees’ Nominating Committee.
WithersRavenel is a sponsor for the annual conference. We are a longtime supporter of NCASLA and are proud to be associated with the event. We look forward to seeing you in Wilmington!
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