About Granite State
Historically landscape architects have helped shape the built environment in New Hampshire and across the United States. Through their education, training and design skills they are able to create safe, functional and aesthetically pleasing spaces.
As evidenced by our schools, institutions, parks, historic places and residential neighborhoods, these spaces help make New Hampshire unique and memorable.
As professionals, the completed designs of a Landscape Architect have been known to reduce liability to homeowners, businesses and municipalities. Their services also preserve historic places or natural features and increase real estate values.
What a Landscape Architect
Some examples of typical landscape architectural services include:
- Feasibility studies
- Environmental permitting and impact studies
- Wetland mitigation, preservation or replacement
- Stormwater management
- Land reclamation
- Comprehensive plans
- Master plans
- Athletic Facilities
- Historic preservation
- ADA compliance and accessibility plans
Executive Board of the GSLA
If you are interested in learning more about landscape architecture, licensing or becoming a member of the GSLA, please contact any of the following GSLA representatives for information:
Eric Buck PLA, ASLA
Vice President/President Elect:
Jennifer DiNovo PLA,ASLA
Nashua Regional Planning Commission
Anne Cruess PLA, ASLA
Romy Maurer PLA,ASLA