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William T. Eubanks III, ASLA

William T. Eubanks III
Vice President, Membership

Bill is a licensed landscape architect with 23 years of experience and an emphasis on campus and urban design, parks and memorials, and community design for a variety of clients throughout the Southeast. He also has significant experience facilitating design charrettes, brainstorming sessions, and community workshops. For the past 12 years Bill has been with Seamon, Whiteside & Associates, Inc., in the Mount Pleasant (Charleston) office, where he is director of urban design.

Bill has served in various roles within ASLA, including newsletter editor and chapter president, has served on or chaired numerous committees, and has acted as tour guide, speaker, and panel discussion member. He has also volunteered as a juror or critic for Oklahoma State University, the University of Arkansas, the University of Georgia, Clemson University, and the South Carolina Governors School. He has conducted ASLA leadership development sessions for LABASH, five ASLA chapters, two ASLA student chapters, two ASLA annual meetings, and one BOT/CPC midyear meeting.

Education

  • BLA, University of Arkansas, School of Architecture (1981)

Involvement

  • Member, American Society of Landscape Architects (Full Member, 1983)
  • Member, Congress for the New Urbanism
  • Member, Society for College and University Planning
  • ASLA Board of Trustees (2000-present)
  • President, South Carolina Chapter ASLA (1991-1992)
  • ASLA Government Affairs Advisory Committee (2002-present)
  • ASLA Policy Committee (2000-2001)
  • ASLA Leadership Development Committee (2000-present, currently cochair)
  • ASLA Member Services Committee (2003-present)
  • LAAB Roster of Visiting Evaluators (2004)
  • SC/ASLA Executive Committee (1988-1993, 1999-present)
  • Clemson College of Architecture Advisory Council (1992-1993)
  • ASLA Campus Planning and Urban Design Professional Interest Group
  • Lecturer, Garden Clubs of South Carolina (1999-2003)
  • Member, Charleston 2000 Task Force
  • Vice-President, Byrnes Downs Neighborhood Association, Charleston, SC (2003-present)

Awards

  • Jackson Residence, Highland Park, TX: Honor Award, TX/ASLA
  • Military Heritage Plaza, Clemson University: Honor Award, SC/ASLA; Merit Award, Southeast Region, ASLA; Presidents Award, Brick Association of the Carolinas
  • Wannamaker County Park Master Plan, North Charleston, SC: Merit Award, SC/ASLA
  • I'On, Mount Pleasant, SC: Charter Award, Congress for the New Urbanism
  • Cargill Place Master Plan, Hartsville, SC: International Downtown Association; South Carolina Downtown Development Association


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