2018 American Society of Landscape Architects

American Society of Landscape Architects

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The ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO is the world’s largest gathering of landscape architecture professionals and students with over 6,000 attendees in one central location to learn, celebrate and network over four days. More than 135 education sessions, field sessions, workshops, EXPO tours and general sessions will be offered throughout the meeting, allowing attendees to earn up to 24 professional development hours (PDHs). At ASLA EXPO over 300 exhibitors showcase hundreds of new products, services, technology applications and design solutions. A dozen unique events take place on the EXPO floor including Professional Practice Networks (PPN) Live, where professionals in the same areas of practice to exchange information, learn about current practices and research and network with each other in meeting sessions. ASLA Central on the EXPO floor is ASLA’s special exhibit, where ASLA staff field federal and state government affairs issues, Firm Finder services, practice resources and much more!

From Saturday’s Alumni Tailgate, creating the opportunity for attendees to celebrate with fellow landscape architects from their alma mater, to the ASLA Professional and Student Awards Ceremony, honoring the best in landscape architecture from around the globe and giving attendees a glimpse of the future of the profession, the ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO offers a multitude of enriching experiences that connect the attendee to the design build world. Join us at the Pennsylvania Convention Center October 19-22 and experience the latest in the landscape architecture profession!

 

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