Greg Miller, PLA, FASLA
Greg has worked with numerous municipal governments, universities, school districts and private clients, giving him a broad range of landscape architectural experience. He has developed a design philosophy that integrates sustainable development trends with site specific ecological and human needs. This combination results in innovative projects that are functional, safe, accessible, aesthetically pleasing and environmentally responsible. Greg has worked on a range of projects for a variety of clients including: Daniel Webster Memorial Park, The Big I Landscape, Central and I-25 Landscape, Alamosa Skate Park, Pat Hurley Park Hillside Development, Nob Hill Streetscape, I-40 from San Mateo to Carlisle Landscape Improvements, Four Hills Village Park, UNM College of Education, Santa Fe Plaza Renovation, and numerous projects for the LDS Church. He has also worked on numerous school and university projects throughout New Mexico.
Greg is the current President-Elect of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
View Greg's resume here.
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