C. Wilkinson, ASLA
Registered Landscape Architect, NM #149
American Society of Landscape Architects;
American Society of Irrigation Consultants;
Past President/Council of Landscape Architectural
President/Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards
Past Chair/New Mexico State Board of Landscape Architects
Bachelor of Science, Park Administration/ Landscape Architecture Option,
Texas Tech University
Mr. Wilkinson has 36 years of experience in landscape architecture with an emphasis in site planning, landscape and irrigation design, cemetery and athletic facilities, and production administration. For the past 28 years, Mr. Wilkinson has worked in private practice with clients that include the federal government, public school districts, university campuses, park departments, and the Department of Veterans Affairs. Mr. Wilkinson has been the principal in charge for a number of school projects, including Aztec High School and Hobbs High School and Southwest and Northwest High Schools in Albuquerque. He has also been the principal in charge of design development and the construction phase services for Aztec Main Street, the award-winning Artesia Main Street and Eunice Main Street improvement projects.
Mr. Wilkinson teaches grading and drainage in the Master of Landscape Architecture Program at the University of New Mexico (UNM) where he is an Adjunct Assistant Professor.