Brandon Adams has over forty years of experience with various types and
scales of landscape architectural projects. In 1984, Mr. Adams formed his
landscape architectural and site planning firm in New York City.  Projects by his
firm in New York included the design of three parks for the New York City Parks
and Recreation with total construction costs of over $2,000,000, and the plantings
for 22 blocks along the East River Esplanade on FDR Drive in Manhattan.  Mr.
Adams designed a commemorative park in New York, Bill ‘Bojangles’ Robinson
Playground, which was published in Landscape Architecture Magazine in 1992.

Mr. Adams relocated his firm to New Orleans, Louisiana in 1989. Projects by his
firm in the New Orleans area include a riverboat casino in Mississippi, a new
regional library and a national cemetery. Other projects include a master plan for
a 95 acre sports complex in Daphne, AL, street and interstate visual
improvement and planting design projects in D’Iberville, MS, and a City of Mobile
Green Spaces Master Plan in a joint-venture with Plauche Johnson Landscape

Mr. Adams’ earlier experiences included working with the main office of The
SWA Group in San Francisco from 1978 to 1981. There he was involved in
several large projects that included a corporate headquarters, city parks and the
site planning of residential-community and office-complex projects. In New York
City, Mr. Adams worked from 1981 to 1983 with Abel Bainnson Butz, a
landscape architectural and site planning firm which specializes in the design of
public and commercial developments.

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture    1976
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

Certification and Registrations

Registered Landscape Architect
New York

Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB) Certifie
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