Principal Landscape Architect at HGOR
Bob Hughes is a founding partner, president and principal of HGOR. Since the firm’s inception in 1992, the practice has sought to create great places, both nationally and internationally – producing sound returns on investments and yielding a stewardship ethic for future generations.
Having worked on projects in over 34 states and six countries, some of Hughes most notable projects include the University of Georgia, Duke University, Cox Communications, Clemson University and Coca-Cola World Headquarters. Hughes has led HGOR to win over eighty professional awards in planning and designing, positioning the company and its principals as thought leaders in their field.
Originally from Atlanta, Hughes graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture in 1977. He enjoys spending time with his wife, four children and four grandchildren in his free time.
Lecture: "Why Ideas Matter and Why Real Listening Leads to the Best Ideas"
Lecture Description: The talk will highlight several of our projects that required us to truly listen and mine through what was being said and not being said to reach creative solutions that lead to great places.