Robert established Robert May Landscape Architecture after working many years in the planning and design profession.
Robert’s practice offers residential landscape architectural design, park and greenway master planning and design, subdivision master planning and design, commercial site planning and design, patio/courtyard design, on-site landscape design consultation, landscape construction observation and project management.
Functional, Harmonious, Enjoyable Designs
Robert works with clients throughout the design process from the conceptual design to the final design in order to achieve the client’s goals. He believes landscape architectural design should reflect the needs and desires of his clients, function in harmony with the environment, and provide enjoyment for those who will be using those spaces he designs.
Fully-Qualified and Experienced
Robert has a BSLA in landscape architecture, a MS in Geography/Regional Planning, and has over forty-five years professional planning, design and project management experience.
Professionally Licensed and Certified
- Registered Professional Landscape Architect in North Carolina, #1137
- Registered Professional Landscape Architect in Louisiana, #M-266
- Certified by the Counsel of Landscape Architects Registration Board (CLARB)
- Member of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)
What is the Counsel of Landscape Architects Registration Board (CLARB)?
The Council of Landscape Architects Registration Board works to protect the public’s health and welfare by establishing and promoting professional licensure standards for landscape architects. CLARB prepares, administers and scores the Landscape Architects Registration Examination through which assesses the ability of licensees. CLARB also manages a professional information system called the CLARB Council Record through which landscape architects document and verify their education, experience, examination and licensure history. All CLARB certified landscape architects are on this Record which is kept on file at CLARB headquarters.
What is the North Carolina Board of Landscape Architects?
The North Carolina Board of Landscape Architects govern professional landscape architects in North Carolina. The Board requires that all landscape architects hold a degree from an accredited institution plus four years of experience working under the supervision of a licensed landscape architect and pass a national landscape architectural license examination prior to receiving a professional license to practice. The Board further requires that all licensed landscape architects complete ten contact hours of continuing education every year in order to maintain their professional license. Also, all landscape architects must have a “NC Registered Landscape Architects” seal authorized by the Board which shows their name and registration number. This seal shall be placed on all landscape architectural plans.