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Staff

LandArt has five full time designers and project managers. The staff includes the following:
Ron DuHamel, President  RLA #913, NV c10-80885  (530)-313-3471
Marc Wilkie - Landscape Designer and Project Manager - (415) 846-1169
Tom Schuster (Dipl.-Ing.) German Engineer in Landscape Architecture  (775) 247-9312
Daniel Rockwell - Landscape Architect and Project Manager - (775) 997-9220
Chris Streeter - Landscape Designer and Project Manager (916) 872-7610
Aaron Dibble -  Landscape Designer and Project Manager (775) 221-5511
Kevin McCall - Landscape Designer (775) - 247-2081

 

More About Ron DuHamel

His expertise includes Leadership, Project Strategist, Project Management, Entitlements, Construction Management, Designer, Landscape Architect, Architect, Artist and Land Acquisitions.  Ron is highly effective and creative at leading project teams, design oversight and project management bringing quality projects to owners and investors.  Several large clients that Ron has led projects for include Williams Sonoma, Brenson Communities, Shell Oil, Trammel Crow, FORMA, General Development Inc. and the City of Albuquerque.

 
 

More About Daniel B. Rockwell

Daniel B. Rockwell, certified landscape designer in Reno, NV
 

He’s been an owner of a local landscape design and construction company for four years and was a division manager (Northern NV and CA Territories) for an international land restoration company based out of Las Vegas, NV.  His spectrum of experience ranges from small backyard designs to Project Management of large scale habitat restoration projects for local and federal government agencies and large private developments.

Daniel is heavily involved in Northern Nevada community groups such as: Keep Truckee Meadows BeautifulBoys and Girls Club, of Truckee Meadows and most recently on a sub-committee working group for One Truckee RiverManagement Plan.

Daniel earned a Degree from the University of Nevada while attending on an athletic scholarship and went back to school to study Landscape Architecture at Truckee Meadows Community College.  He married his college girlfriend and choose to raise his family in the Truckee Meadows for the quality of life experience.  When he is not pouring himself into his career, Daniel enjoys quality time with his family.

He enjoys raising backyard chickens for the great taste of fresh eggs, has three dogs and a pet snake.  He’s been tackling DIY home improvement projects since he was a teenager.  He enjoys outdoor activities including camping, hiking, backpacking, downhill skiing, abalone diving, kayaking, running, and riding his dirt bike.

 
 

More About Tom Schuster

Tom Schuster, landscape designer in Reno, NV
 

He graduated from a Bavarian Gymnasium (equivalent to Junior College) in Biology and Latin, Chemistry and Geography and currently holds the German titles of “Gärtner” (which stands for a Certified Landscaper after a 2-year apprenticeship) and “Diplom-Ingenieur in Landschaftsarchitektur” (which stands for an Engineer in Landscape Architecture after a 5-year university education) and the American certifications as ICPI Paver Installer, NCMA Wall Installer and Green Industry Nursery Worker.

Tom designed, installed and managed residential landscape construction projects in Germany and Italy from 1993-2000, and has been designing and managing residential and commercial landscape construction projects in Texas, California and Nevada since 2000.  His international expertise lies especially in horticulture, themed landscapes and construction techniques for a broad array of outdoor landscape features. In Texas, he also designed metal art for two years.

Tom currently is the president of Tom Schuster Landscape Concepts, Inc. He provides landscape designs and project management for residential as well as commercial design-build projects and works with LandArt here in Reno. 
Locally, he is also a member of the Nevada Native Plant Society, the Lahontan Audubon Society, the Tahoe Institute of Natural Science and iNaturalist.

In his spare time, Tom enjoys studying natural terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems and discovering their species all around the world and pursuing artistic activities.

 

Aaron Dibble

Aaron Dibble, landscape designer in Reno, NV
 

Landscape Designer and Project Manager (775) 221-5511

Aaron is a Western New York native having worked in residential and commercial landscape maintenance for over ten years, as well as golf course maintenance including Trump National Doral in Miami, Florida.  After discovering his own artistic and design talents, Aaron decided to challenge himself by returning to college to study landscape architecture.

In 2015, he earned Associate’s degrees in Architecture and Landscape Architecture with Phi Theta Kappa and Distinction from Truckee Meadows Community College (T.M.C.C.) in Reno, Nevada.  Awards included: “Structural Integrity” award for the ‘Coliseum’ at CanStruction, a team competition for canned food design and construction held in co-operation with the Food Bank of Northern Nevada, Second Place in T.M.C.C.’s  E.L. Cord Child Care Center Shade Structure Team Design Competition, and also in 2015, T.M.C.C.’s Landscape Architecture Student of the Year award.

Complementing his creative abilities are his accounting and business management experience from managing and operating an outdoor recreation venue at the largest hotel and casino in Northern Nevada.  This combination of experiences drives Aaron’s sensible, refined approach to landscape architecture.  He blends elegance with functionality guided by thoughtful, dynamic uses of spaces, and innovative solutions to ensuring a gorgeous finished product that fosters a richer, healthier lifestyle for homeowners and their families.

When Aaron is not in the office, or out in the field, he enjoys skiing in Lake Tahoe, golfing, spending quality time with friends, and attending Reno Aces baseball and Reno 1868 soccer events.

 

client review

We were so lucky to find LandArt! The entire team is awesome. They created a design that far exceeded our expectations. Look no further, this is the best in Reno. Period.

Kasey Skutt / Read More Reviews 

 
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