Tampa, FL. – RS&H’s Landscape Designer, Megan Courter recently passed the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Arborist Exam. This certification expands the scope of landscape architecture services at RS&H and demonstrates Courter’s strong commitment to professional excellence.
“At RS&H, the individuals in my studio were all very supportive, especially my supervisor, David Bryan, who believed in me more than I did at times,” said Courter. “I’m very thankful to have such a great support system backing me up.”
To become an ISA Certified Arborist, a professional must meet certain requirements to be eligible for the exam, which includes three or more years of full-time, eligible, practical work experience in arboriculture and/or a degree in the field of arboriculture, horticulture, landscape architecture, or forestry from a regionally accredited educational institute. This certification exam covers many topics, giving the candidates flexibility in the arboricultural profession.
“As I got deeper into my studies, I realized that becoming an arborist would help me achieve my longest-standing professional goal: making the world better for the next generations,” said Courter. “I’m excited to see what the future has in store for me as a newly certified arborist.”
Employee-owned, RS&H is one of the nation’s leading architecture, engineering and consulting firms whose associates work hard every day to create a more connected future where everyone can thrive. We offer an exceptional journey from start to future for clients in the aerospace, aviation, corporate, federal, health and science, and transportation. Our integrated teams translate experience into insight, turn challenges into opportunities and build relationships that are as strong as the buildings and infrastructure we deliver together. RS&H can be reached at 1.800.741.2014 or rsandh.com.
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