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2251 San Diego Ave. Suite A218
San Diego, CA 92110
P: (858) 750-3201

1435 Larimer St., Suite 200
Denver, CO 80202
P: (303) 872-0927

379 W. Broadway, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10012
P: (212) 579-6800

Our San Diego headquarters, led by Mark S. Laska, Ph.D. and Jill McGrady, Ph.D., opened in 2010 and is currently located in San Diego's Old Town.

As the heart of Great Ecology, the San Diego office works intimately with Denver, New York, and our affiliates across the country in support of projects both domestic and international. While developing a skill set tailored to the Southwestern US, the San Diego office also brings expertise in the areas of:

  • National Resource Damage Assessment, Strategy, & Litigation Support;
  • Mitigation Banking Strategy;
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS);
  • Ecological Design & Restoration; and
  • Regulatory Support.

Our Denver office, led by Joshua Eldridge, opened in 2012 and is currently located in the heart of downtown Denver, on Larimer Square, just steps from the Auraria campus and the Cherry Creek Trail.

While focusing its practice on the unique needs of the Intermountain West, our Denver office has a developed a team specializing in:

  • Award Winning Landscape Architecture;
  • Low Maintenance Native Landscape Designs;
  • Stream Design and Restoration;
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS);
  • Open Space, Trail, and Park Design and Restoration; and
  • Landscape Assessment through Landscape Typology.

Our New York office, led by Damian Holynskyj, has remained a company focal point since our formation in New York in 2001.

Located in the SoHo neighborhood, our New York office has extensive experience with both urban and rural projects in the Northeast, while offering a unique focus on:

  • Shoreline Restoration;
  • Sea Level Rise Planning;
  • Park and Open Space Design ;
  • Natural Resource Damage Assessment & Strategy;
  • Brownfield to Greenfield Conversion; and
  • Wetland Permitting, Planning, Design, and Monitoring.