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Randall W. Mardis, ASLA

Landscape Technologies
67 Jacobs Creek Drive
Saint Charles, MO  63304
Phone:  (636) 928-1250
Fax:       (636) 928-4563


Recipient – 2010 Robert E. Goetz Award, Saint Louis Chapter ASLA

This award is presented for Leadership in high ethical practice, mentoring of younger landscape architects and service to the profession of landscape architecture

  • Landscape Architect-Owner, Landscape Technologies, St. Charles, Missouri, March 1994 - Present
  • Landscape Architect, Baxter Farms & Nurseries, St. Louis, Missouri, February 1987 - March 1994
  • Landscape Architect, Peckham Guyton Albers & Viets, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri, August 1985 - February 1987
  • Landscape Architect, Baxter Farms & Nurseries, St. Louis, Missouri, August 1983 - August 1985
  • Landscape Architect, Mardis Design Group, St. Louis, Missouri, August 1981 - August 1983
  • Landscape Architect, Peckham Guyton Albers & Viets, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri, June 1979-August 1981
  • Architectural Estimator, HBE Corporation, St. Louis, Missouri, July 1974 - August 1975
  • Architectural Draftsman, R. W. Booker & Associates, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri, May 1973 - July 1974
  • Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, 1979
    Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas
  • Associate Degree in Architecture & Design, 1973
    Meramec Community College, St. Louis County, Missouri
  • Member, St. Peters Chamber of Commerce, St. Peters, MO 1998-Present
  • President, Student Chapter ASLA, Kansas State University, 1977-1978 School Year
  • Member, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1979-1983, 1985-Present
  • Chairman, Membership Committee, St. Louis Chapter ASLA, 2000-Present
  • Chairman, Public Relations Committee, St. Louis Chapter ASLA, 1979-1982
  • Chairman, 100 Years/100 Parks Program, St. Louis Chapter ASLA, 1999
  • Chapter Liaison, America’s Promise – Saint Louis 1999-Present
  • Chairman, Professional Practice Institute, 2001-Present
  • Member, Executive Committee, St. Louis Chapter ASLA, 1981-1983 and 1988-2000
  • Chairman, Continuing Education Committee, St. Louis Chapter ASLA, 1989-1991
  • President-Elect, St. Louis Chapter ASLA, 1990-1991
  • President, St. Louis Chapter ASLA, 1991-1992
  • Trustee, St. Louis Chapter ASLA, 1994-2000
  • Member, ASLA HQ Relocation Committee, 1997
  • Member, Meramec Community College Architectural Advisory Board, 1982-1983
  • Member, KSU College of Architecture & Design Advisory Board, 1992-1995
  • Instructor, Missouri Botanical Gardens Adult Education Program, 1989-Present
  • Member, ASLA Ethics Committee, 2007-Present
State of Illinois # 157-001154
State of Kansas # 264
State of Missouri # 019
State of Ohio # 1065
State of Pennsylvania # LA002715
State of South Dakota # 10184
State of Tennessee # 852
State of Nebraska # LA294
CLARB certification # 2957
Randall W. Mardis, ASLA    
Randy Mardis earned an associates degree in architecture prior to attending Kansas State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree in 1979. As a student at KSU, he served as Student Chapter President in 1977. During his term, membership more than doubled. Since graduation, he has worked for three landscape architectural firms from 1979 through 1994, when he opened his own practice. His projects are found throughout the Midwest and South and represent a wide diversity of project types. Randy is licensed in the states of Missouri (#019), Kansas (#216), Illinois (#157-001154), Ohio (#1065), Nebraska (#LA294), South Dakota (#10184) and Pennsylvania (#LA002715). Additionally, he holds certification with the Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards.    
Randy has served the profession through mentoring and taking opportunities to educate the Public. He has been a guest speaker at several garden clubs and college programs in the area. He has served in advisory board capacities at Meramec Community College and Kansas State University. He has spoken at numerous "Career Days" at area high schools and facilitated charettes at elementary schools. Additionally, he has taught adult classes at Missouri Botanical Gardens since 1989. Since 1994, Randy has volunteered his services to Gateway to Gardening, an organization that develops various gardens in vacant lots throughout the Saint Louis area. Finally, Randy has volunteered each year since 1976 as a Telethon accountant for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, first in Manhattan, KS and, upon returning to St. Louis in 1979, in his hometown.    


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