Margaret Robinson has more than 26 years of planning, urban design, and landscape architecture experience in Texas, California, and abroad. Her particular expertise is in large-scale project management, land planning, and development processing. Prior to founding Asakura Robinson Company, Robinson served as planning director for Richfield Investment Corp’s 10,000-acre area holdings. She also held a principal position at M2L Associates, was a senior associate at SLA Studio Land Inc. in Houston, and an associate at EDAW in Irvine, California. In 2004, Robinson and Keiji Asakura founded Asakura Robinson Company in Houston, Texas, and the firm has quickly grown in reputation for notable civic and development commissions. Robinson held leadership roles for the Gene Green Regional Park project for Harris County Precinct Two as well as the Urban Corridor Planning pedestrian realm recommendations for six METRO Guided Rail Transit Lines. Robinson received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from LSU in 1982.