Cliff Brooks has been promoted to associate principal at CRJA, a landscape architectural firm in Knoxville. A 13-year practitioner at CRJA, Brooks has worked on projects including streetscapes and historic sites. He is an active member of professional organizations ASLA and SCUP. Brooks holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Auburn University.
Nathan Hunter has passed the Landscape Architect Registration Examination, a professional certification that tests knowledge that directly relation to protecting public health and safety. Hunter joined CRJA in 2010 and has 12 years of professional experience in landscape architecture. He has managed site master planning and design for urban plaza renovations, streetscape revitalization program, campus planning and open space redevelopments. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Miami University and a master’s of landscape architecture from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.