Alex Strader, PLA, ASLA


Alex Strader joined the Baton Rouge office of CARBO in the summer of 2014. A graduate of LSU’s Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture in 2011, he practiced with Reed Hilderbrand in Cambridge, Massachusetts for three years before joining the firm.

While at LSU, field studies of urban design in Jacmel, Haiti, regional planning on the U.S.-Mexico border, and explorations of the unique landscape of coastal Louisiana contributed to his education. He graduated Magna Cum Laude, receiving the Academic Excellence Award upon graduation.

Alex’s previous professional work includes the design and realization of public, institutional, and residential landscapes throughout the Northeast, Texas, Louisiana, and California. His experience in project management, collaboration, and digital representation allows him to take on many roles within the firm. Through his work, Alex strives to develop strong concepts born from a landscape’s unique living systems, and carry that out in a clear, ordered design with an attention to detail.

While practicing, he has served as a guest critic at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and the Boston Architectural College.