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Cory Johnston, P.E.
Clarkston, Michigan Center for the Performing Arts (Concept)
Cory began his career in 1978 after graduating from Lawrence Institute of Technolgy with a Bachelors degree in Architecture. He went on to complete a degree in Construction Engineering in 1989 and became a registered engineer that same year.

In 2008, after 30 years with a small Michigan Consulting Engineering firm he left to form his own company with a focus on cost-effective design and responsive service. Corian has become increasingly involved in the health of the built environment with involvement in the Main Street Oakland County program, walkable cities and other "smart" growth aspects to make better use of the limited resources we have.
In 2010, Cory spearheaded a walkability study that was performed in conjunction with MDOT.
Robyn Johnston
Residential neighborhoods in Michigan.
Robyn has been involved in architecture and enginnering since graduating from Lawrence Insttiute of Technology in 1979.

She is responsible for estimating and project control on multi-million dollar jobs as well as acting as the lead designer and project manager on numerous residential projects, including co-chairing a five home build with Habitat for Humanity.

In her multi-disciplined and varied career she has developed and implemented CAD standards in multiple Architectural and Engineering offices as well as office organization and computer procedures.
In 2010, Robyn designed a series of rain gardens for Clarkston, MIchigan.