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Brian Verardo

  • Lecturer II

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Education

  • B.S.L.A. Colorado State University

Research

  • Athletic Facilities Design
  • Sustainable Design
  • Sustainable Construction Techniques
  • Irrigation Design

Brian is a principal landscape architect with Morrow Reardon Wilkinson Miller, Landscape Architects where he has worked since 2003.  He has over 19 years of experience working for private sector landscape architecture firms with an emphasis on site planning, landscape design, irrigation design, construction detailing, client coordination, and project administration.  Brian’s experience covers a broad range of work from large-scale master planning to small-scale site design. 

Brian holds a BSLA from Colorado State University and is a past president of the New Mexico Chapter of ASLA.  He is Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB) Certified, and is a Registered Landscape Architect in Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, South Carolina, and Utah.  Brian is also a US Green Building Council (USGBC) LEED BD+C accredited professional, and recently completed a six year term on the CLARB exam committee for the Landscape Architectural Registration Examination (LARE).


Teaches courses in grading, drainage, construction materials, methods, and technologies for landscape architecture.  



Recent projects 

Manila American Cemetery Visitor Center (Manila, Philippines)

Columbus Land Port of Entry (Columbus, NM)

Casa Grande Landscape Renovation at Vermejo Park Ranch (Vermejo Park, NM)

Los Duranes Community Center landscape (Albuquerque, NM)


Past president of the New Mexico Chapter of ASLA

Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB) Certified

Registered Landscape Architect in Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, South Carolina, and Utah

Brian is also a US Green Building Council (USGBC) LEED BD+C accredited professional, and recently completed a six year term on the CLARB exam committee for the Landscape Architectural Registration Examination (LARE).