NORTH KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, September 27, 2022 –

McClure’s Anthony DePriest passed the Professional Landscape Architecture (PLA) exams to become a Professional Landscape Architect.

To become a Professional Landscape Architect, an individual must pass four different exams, as well as have two years of experience. Each exam covers a different portion of the Professional Landscape Architecture practice.

“Our Development Team and McClure are proud of Anthony’s recent accomplishment in passing the Professional Landscape Architecture exams,” said Lance Johnson, Vice President of Development. “We know it was an important goal that he worked hard to achieve. We’re happy for Anthony and feel fortunate to work with him.”

Brian Kemp, Team Leader for McClure’s Development team in North Kansas City, said “We are very proud of Anthony for his dedication to studying and passing these tests! He’s taken the final step in achieving his dream of becoming a Professional Landscape Architect!”

“Becoming a Professional Landscape Architect has been a goal of mine for quite a few years,” said DePriest. “Having my weeknights back will be a huge relief knowing I will not have to spend hours studying! A special thanks goes out to all my mentors along the way and to all of those who have helped me achieve this goal. I am excited for what the future holds being a Professional Landscape Architect and look forward to achieving new goals.”

About McClure

Founded in 1956, McClure has grown to a firm of over 250 professionals in thirteen offices. With a vision of making lives better, McClure brings engineering expertise and a collaborative approach to identify the best strategies and solutions to bring our client’s vision to life. McClure’s area of expertise is in guiding its clients on making long-term capital investments in the areas of aviation, bridge, community development, construction observation, development, environmental, geotechnical, GIS, landscape architecture, MEP, structural, survey, traffic, transportation, wastewater, and water.