Dennis Wilkinson, PLA, FASLA

principal 

Closet artist. Amateur viticulturist. Weekend adventurer. Father of two amazing adults. Past president of the Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB). Former professor of grading and drainage. Oh, did I forget to mention professional landscape architect? Dennis does it all, bringing an array of passions and interests to his practice of landscape architecture. When he’s not hiking in Alaska or taking advantage of the many great landscapes New Mexico has to offer, he’s growing grapes in his backyard vineyard for a local winery and mentoring the many talented landscape architects at MRWM.

One of the original founders of MRWM, Dennis has contributed to the success of the firm and its reputation for high quality, enduring landscape designs. Dennis has led many of our award-winning Main Street projects throughout the state as well as heading up National Cemetery projects all over the country. He has extensive experience designing educational landscapes for public schools and universities including everything from plazas and courtyards to athletic fields and playgrounds. He literally does it all. If you stop by our office at the right time you might even get to sample some of his delicious grapes.