About

Mark Robinson brings to the JHLE team a wide breadth of experience ranging from broad sweeping regional concepts to meticulously designed gardens and public landscapes throughout eleven states and Italy. Public parks and public spaces have been a significant focus of work because of the opportunities to conceive and develop landscapes that people both enjoy and value over time. Mark enjoys interaction with clients and the public and collaboration with allied professionals.


Education


1996 Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Duke University
1982-1986 Continuing education in architecture, business management, horticulture - North Carolina State University
1977 Bachelor or Landscape Architecture, Cum Laude - University of Georgia

Professional


2013 to Present The Johnson Hill Land Ethics Studio, Ann Arbor, Michigan
2010 to 2013 Wade Trim, Traverse City, Michigan
1984 to 2010 Mark Robinson & Associates, P.A., Raleigh, North Carolina, East Jordan and Saginaw, Michigan
1981 to 1984 Town of Cary Department of Planning and Development, Cary, North Carolina

Teaching


Visiting Lecturer, Site Engineering for Landscape Architects, University of Michigan
Visiting Lecturer, North Carolina State University
Visiting Lecturer, North Carolina A&T University


Awards


Keep Michigan Beautiful Michigan Award - FMIC Diversified Fitness Club
Keep Michigan Beautiful President’s Award - FMIC Dehmel Road Project
NCASLA Award of Excellence - Neuse River Regional Park Master Plan
NCASLA Award of Excellence - Frankenmuth Mutual Insurance Company
Keep Michigan Beautiful President’s Award - Mutual-on-Main


Civic and Professional Associations


American Society of Landscape Architects, Member
Immediate Past President, Michigan Chapter, ASLA
Past President, North Carolina Chapter, ASLA
Michigan Recreation and Park Association, Member


Registration


Landscape Architect, Michigan, No. 1031
Landscape Architect, North Carolina, No. 424

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