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Robert Lingenfelter Earns Land Use Planner Certification

State College, Pennsylvania – January 27, 2015 – Robert Lingenfelter, Landscape Architect at Weber Murphy Fox (WMF), recently earned the distinction of becoming a Certified Planner after passing the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) exam.



Robert Lingenfelter

The AICP exam is administered by the American Planning Association, and the AICP designation is the most highly-regarded certification in the field of land use planning. To become a certified planner, one must be a full-time member of the American Planning Association, meet certain education and experience requirements, and pass a written examination. The AICP designation also requires an intensive certification maintenance and continuing education program to keep certification valid.


Robert provides land planning and development support for a wide variety of the firm’s industrial, commercial, and institutional projects. He regularly works with multidisciplinary teams to incorporate programmatic, design, and regulatory aspects of land use planning into cohesive land development solutions. His experience also includes children’s outdoor environments, parks and recreation, urban design, historic preservation, and sustainable design.


A resident of State College, Pennsylvania, Robert earned his Post Bachelorette Certificate in Geographic Information Systems from the Pennsylvania State University and his Master of Landscape Architecture in Community Design and Planning from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry Graduate School. He is also a LEED Accredited Professional.