Steven Lang is a licensed landscape architect (CA#1771, NV #461, OH #1066, PENN # 1382) in the planning and design firm of Moore Iacofano Goltsman (MIG) headquartered in Berkeley, California. Mr. Lang is the managing principal of the Southern California office in Fullerton. Prior to MIG, Mr. Lang was a principal in Purkiss Rose-RSI and Recreation Systems Inc. He has practiced landscape architecture for over thirty five years specializing in park and recreation planning and design. He has been active in the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) serving as national Trustee representing Southern California, Chapter President, Program Chair and Liaison to Students. He also served as a director on the California Council of American Society of Landscape Architects (CCASLA). In addition to his firm responsibilities, Mr. Lang has taught for thirteen years at the Landscape Architecture Certificate Program at UCLA Extension and has served on the Landscape Architects Technical Committee (LATC) Education Subcommittee from 2004-2007. Mr. Lang is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley. In 2006, Steve was appointed to the LATC by Governor Schwarzenegger and served for three years. He served as LATC Chair in 2009. Besides landscape architecture and students, another passion of Steve’s is music. He has served on the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra board of directors for 30 years. As a recent kidney donor, he is also active as an ambassador for Donate Life/One Legacy for the Los Angeles Region.
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Steve is a natural teacher — he hits the right combination of tough yet supportive, challenging yet encouraging.