Chris Dacus has been named to the American Society of Landscape Architects’ (ASLA) Council of Fellows in the “Service” Category, after nomination by the Hawaii Chapter of ASLA. He is being recognized for his 18 years of service to the Hawaii Department of Transportation and Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation and for his dedication to the various boards and local non profit organizations he has led and been apart of over the years. Chris has made a profoudn impact on the Landscape Architecture industry here in Hawaii and we're excited to have his service and dedication recognized at a national level.
Chris will be one of 31 ASLA Members selected to be inducted to the Council of Fellows at an investiture ceremony in October 2018 during this year’s ASLA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. To read about all more about this year’s Fellows, see ASLA’s full press release.
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