Floura Teeter Landscape Architects, Inc. is proud to announce Steven Allison has recently passed the Landscape Architect Registration Examination (LARE) and is now a professional landscape architect in the State of Maryland. This brings the total number of professional landscape architects employed by Floura Teeter to 8, more than half of our technical team.
The LARE is designed to test a candidate’s competence to practice landscape architecture. It tests knowledge, skills, and abilities directly related to protecting public health, safety, and welfare. The test is divided into four sections, all of which must be passed in order to qualify to become licensed. The LARE is administered and graded by The Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB).
Allison has more than seven years of professional experience with an expertise in infrastructure and transportation landscape design, park design, forest stand delineation, invasive species management, reforestation, wetland delineation, riparian and wetland mitigation, and wetland monitoring. He is a frequent lecturer and writer on topics related to stormwater management and bioretention best practices. Allison joined the firm in 2014 and supports Floura Teeter’s transportation and environmental design projects. He is also an ISA Certified Arborist.
Floura Teeter president and founder Joan Floura says, “We couldn’t be more proud of Steve for passing the LARE and becoming a registered professional landscape architect. Becoming licensed reflects Steve’s dedication to the profession and enhances Floura Teeter’s qualifications and value offered to our clients.”