Professional Practice Assistant Professor
David Evans joined the USU Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning faculty in 2012. He holds a Master of Urban Design from UC Berkeley and a Master of Landscape Design from the Conway School of Landscape Design. His professional history spans thirty-five years, and covers a broad spectrum of work that includes design/build, development planning, parks and open space design, urban design, community facilitation and the construction of catalyst urban projects. For the past twenty-three years, David’s practice was centered in California and includes award-winning public planning, design and construction projects.
David’s areas of expertise include graphics and design, community facilitation, downtown and corridor revitalization, public infrastructure design and construction, and ecological urbanism. Before joining the USU faculty, he was an instructor in the UC Berkeley Landscape Architecture Extension program with a focus on graphics, design and construction courses. David is a licensed landscape architect in California and Massachusetts and a Certified Charrette Facilitator with the National Charrette Institute.