Changing Course: Lessons from a Career Rover: Lecture with Brandon Herman

The School of Landscape Architecture and Planning Lecture Series: "The Practice of..."



noon to 12:50 p.m., Sept. 25, 2020

Brandon Herman is a certified professional planner and licensed landscape architect with experience on a broad spectrum of projects that required attention to both complex site-specific design solutions and inclusive long-range visioning.

In his current role as a sustainable infrastructure planner and project manager with the San Antonio River Authority, he aids developers, institutions, and communities in the design, implementation, and long-term success of their low impact development (LID) goals. Over his ten years of professional experience, Brandon has worked for a traditional landscape architecture firm developing plan sets and detailed construction drawings, an urban design and planning firm facilitating community-driven design solutions and drafting planning policy, and most recently a public agency implementing watershed protection and restoration measures.

Brandon received his MLA and MS Urban Planning from the University of Arizona.


Laura Jensen


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