Landscape Architect & Specifier News

JUL 2014

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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88 Landscape Architect and Specifier News m o v e r s & s h a k e r s growth for many years as well as the opening of a Fort Worth office in 2010. He received his bachelor of science in landscape architecture from Texas A&M University in 1979 and maintains involvement with the Urban Land Institute, ASLA and Southlake Executive Forum. The firm added John Dupuy to the Houston office in the role of senior associate. Dupuy has more than 20 years of diverse professional experience working on urban design, planning and landscape architecture projects. A native of Luling, Louisiana, he received his bachelor of landscape architecture from Louisiana State University in 1993 and he is a registered landscape architect in Texas and Oklahoma. WhiteWater promoted Simon Palmer to the position of waterpark sales manager, Europe and Africa. Simon will be working with customers throughout Europe and Africa ensuring their waterpark and amusement requirements are met and exceeded. Palmer has an impressive background in the waterpark industry having worked for companies such as Center Parcs and facilitating the opening of the Tussauds Group's first waterpark hotel in Europe called Splash Landings. Ryan Cousineau has been appointed to the newly created position of Canadian account executive for the Wagner Companies. Based out of Toronto, he will oversee a sales territory that includes central Canada. In addition to his sales experience, Cousineau has a bachelor's degree in commerce management from the University of Ottawa. He will focus on the strategic growth of his territory which is comprised primarily in Ontario initially. St. Louis A S L A C h a p t e r p r e s e n t e d the Goetz Award to Bob Belden, a longtime l a n d s c a p e architect in St. Louis and mentor to many. Belden was a critical part of the foundation of the landscape architecture practice at HOK. After four years of experience in site design and field supervision for the National Park Service and Missouri State Park Board, he joined the firm in 1967. Landscape architecture and planning firm TBG Partners named principal Jim Manskey as president of the 27-year-old firm. Founder Earl Broussard will maintain day-to- day involvement and continue to serve as chairman of the board of directors. Manskey joined the firm 1997 and opened the Dallas office, overseeing its Jim Manskey Earl Broussard John Dupuy Simon Palmer Ryan Cousineau St. Louis ASLA Chapter trustee Stephen Ibendahl presented the Goetz Award to HOK landscape architect Bob Belden, standing next to Carolyn Belden and Chip Crawford.

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