Craig Halvorson FASLA

founding principal

Craig founded Halvorson Design Partnership in 1980. He is nationally known for his creativity and design brilliance in all phases of landscape architecture, including urban park and streetscape design, historic landscape master planning, commercial and mixed use development, schools and colleges, and estate garden design. He continues to provide planning and design oversight on many projects.

His honors include the Gold Medal of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society (for “profound, highly sophisticated understanding of landscape plants”) and election to the Council of Fellows of the ASLA.

Craig is certified with the national Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards and registered in nine states.



Masters of Landscape Architecture │ University of Massachusetts at Amherst│ 1970
Bachelor of Science, with honors, in Landscape Architecture │ University of Massachusetts, Amherst│1966



American Society of Landscape Architects