BRIAN VERARDO, ASLA, LEED AP BD+C
- Registered Landscape Architect
- State of New Mexico # 309
- State of Kentucky Registration #763
- State of Utah Registration #7319855
- State of Nevada Registration #812
- State of Kansas Registration #766
- State of Missouri Registration #LA-2010007138
- State of South Carolina Registration #1234
- Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards, #6928
- National Playground Safety Institute Certified Playground Inspector #12603-1011
- LEED Building Design and Construction (BD+C) Accredited Professional, USGBC
- Member, American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)
- Past Secretary (2000) and Past President (2003) NM Chapter of ASLA
- Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards L.A.R.E. Exam Committee Member for Section E (Grading and Drainage), 2010 to Present.
- Bachelor of Science, Landscape Architecture, Colorado State University, 1997
Mr. Verardo has 16 years experience working for private sector landscape architecture firms and he has been a landscape architect with Morrow Reardon Wilkinson Miller since January 2003. His professional emphasis is in site planning, landscape design, irrigation design, client coordination, and project administration. Mr. Verardo’s experience includes a broad range of work from large-scale master planning to small-scale site design.
Representative projects include commercial and residential developments, public parks, streetscapes, National Cemeteries, and educational facilities. Selected projects include the Big I landscape improvements; Ft. Bayard National Cemetery Master Plan; Ft. Bliss National Cemetery Xeriscape Conversion; Volcano Vista High School landscaping site planning and athletic field development; Ventana Ranch Elementary School landscaping and playground development; and Carrie Tingley Hospital Therapy Garden in Albuquerque, NM. As a LEED Accredited Professional, he has also worked on numerous projects that have received LEED Certification. Mr. Verardo also teaches as an Adjunct Assistant Professor for the Master of Landscape Architecture program at the University of New Mexico.