Grant Meacci Elevated to the ASLA Council of Fellows

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) welcomed 40 members as ASLA Fellows in honor of their outstanding contributions to the field of landscape architecture. Grant Meacci was recently selected to join the distinguished ASLA Council of Fellows.

Grant is a principal landscape architect at Bolton & Menk who began his career in 1992. Prior to joining Bolton & Menk in 2021, Grant served as assistant planning director, managing the Urban Design and Preservation Division for the City of Charlotte, NC and the Urban Design Center for the City of Raleigh, NC. He has extensive experience with a variety of planning and design projects in both the public and private sector. This experience allows him to balance both the practical and aspirational elements needed to develop plans and design strategies for redevelopment that lead to implementable actions and transformative change. His career has focused on designing projects that create vibrant places, enhance people’s quality of life, and foster stronger communities.

Election to the ASLA Council of Fellows is a prestigious distinction, reflecting the recipient’s achievements in work, leadership/management, and service. The 2024 ASLA Fellows will be celebrated during a special ceremony at the 2024 Conference on Landscape Architecture.

Congratulations to Grant on this exciting and well-deserved accomplishment! Learn more about our landscape architecture practice and the communities our landscape architects serve throughout the Midwest and Southeast.

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