Jeremy Powell, R.L.A., of Wade Trim's Taylor office, earned his landscape architectural registration. To become registered in Michigan, landscape architects are required to pass a five-section exam and complete an approved program of professional education including three years of work experience under the supervision of a registered landscape architect.
With four years of experience, Powell's expertise includes landscape design and construction, site planning, retail planning, and urban design. He received his bachelor of science degree in landscape architecture from the Michigan State University School of Planning, Design and Construction. Powell is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects and is a certified wetland delineator.
Wade Trim (www.wadetrim.com) has more than 450 professional and support staff in 19 offices throughout Michigan and seven additional states. They provide engineering, surveying, planning, operations, landscape architecture, and construction services for transportation, water resources, land development, and municipal government projects.