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Markus Hogue

Markus Hogue
Program Coordinator, Irrigation & Water Conservation
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Markus Hogue is a licensed irrigator and auditor for the State of Texas. He has more than 16 years of landscape experience and over 10 years of irrigation experience. He is involved in projects from design and implementation to maintenance, and was instrumental in the installation and set-up of the university’s new automated irrigation system on the Main Campus. Markus holds a degree in information technology from the University of Texas at Arlington. He also serves on the Texas Water Advisory Council as an alternate for Landscape, Irrigation, and Horticulture.

Jennifer Hrobar, Landscape Architect

Jennifer Hrobar
Supervisor of Urban Forestry
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Jennifer Hrobar has ten years of experience in urban forestry. She is an International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Arborist Municipal Specialist and is ISA Tree Risk Assessment qualified. She earned her bachelor's degree in urban forestry from Texas A&M University in 2004. Prior to joining the university she was a plant health care and forestry events crew leader for the South Suburban Parks & Recreation department in Centennial, Colorado for seven years.

Curtis Robillard, Landscape Supervisor

Curtis Robillard
Landscape Supervisor, East Campus & DPRI
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Curtis Robillard has over 20 years of experience in the horticulture industry. He started out working for a landscaping company when he began college in 1993. After graduating from Louisiana State University with a bachelor's degree in horticulture, he managed/supervised various golf courses for five years. He was the horticulturist for the University of New Orleans for two years before he joined Landscape Services here at The University of Texas at Austin. He has been a landscape supervisor for the east half of campus since July 2007. He is a State of Texas Certified Pesticide Applicator. He is currently a member of the Texas Landscape Nursery & Landscape Association, Professional Grounds Management Society, Texas Turf Grass Association, and University Landscape Management Association.

Mike Klemmer, Lanscape Supervisor

Mike Klemmer
Landscape Supervisor, West Campus
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Mike Klemmer has over 24 years of experience in landscape management. Prior to joining the university, he worked at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte as a grounds supervisor II for nearly eight years. Prior to that, he worked at Texas A&M University as a landscape maintenance section leader, and at other institutions as landscape superintendent, manager of community & landscape maintenance, and site superintendent at the Massachusetts Horticultural Society. He is a member of the Professional Grounds Management Society and the Texas Nursery & Landscape Association. He is currently working on gaining his Texas Department of Agriculture Pesticide Applicator's license. He earned a bachelor's degree in sociology from Texas Lutheran University and took graduate-level classes in landscape design at Radcliffe College in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Mike Wallik, Landscape Supervisor

Mike Wallick
Landscape Supervisor, Medical District
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Mike Wallick has 35 years of experience in landscape management, including supervisory experience with the Chicago Park District; the Parks Department in Germantown, Tennessee; and almost eight years with the university as West Campus Landscape Supervisor. He is a graduate of the Association of Physical Plant Administrator (APPA) Institute for Facilities Management and the CPFM Executive Leadership Program at the university. He has a B.A. in government from The University of Texas at Austin, is a licensed Pesticide Applicator with the Texas Department of Agriculture, and is an Accredited Organic Land Care Professional. He is currently working on a certification with the Native Plant Society of Texas. He is a member of the Professional Grounds Management Society, the Organic Horticulture Benefits Association, and the Native Plant Society of Texas.

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