George Pellettieri, ASLA,PLA


George is a seasoned veteran of nearly 50 years experience in broad areas of Landscape Architecture, including residential, commercial, and institutional projects. He founded the design-build-firm of Pellettieri Associates Inc. in 1983. Under his leadership, PAI has grown to be recognized as one of the most highly regarded and award winning LA companies in the State of New Hampshire. He holds Landscape Architecture licenses from New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, and Maryland and is also CLARB certified.

He is a Full Member of the American Society of Landscape Architects. Other professional associations include NALP, Granite State Landscape Architects, Plan NH, The Arnold Arboretum, Founding Member and past president of NHLA (New Hampshire Landscape Association), and former chairman of Warner planning board.

He has served on the governors Commission to Study the Comprehensive Shoreline Protection Act, the National Advisory Council for Entrepreneurship Education, Board of Directors for Leon Pearson Scholarship Award and he is currently a member of the Shoreland Advisory Committee for NH Department of Environmental Services. His strong background in site evaluation and planning, horticulture, park development, campus planning and construction, began with a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture in 1970 from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, NY. He has also lectured as an adjunct professor at the UNH Thompson School, NH Technical Institute and has appeared before numerous Green Industry Associations, Garden Clubs and professional organizations.

George has also appeared on HGTV “Great American Gardens” for “Alice’s Garden” at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Lincoln, MA. His work has appeared in the “Old Farmers Almanac,” “The Swimming Pool” (Simon and Schuster), and Perfect Home Book Series, “Leading Residential Landscape Professionals” and “New Hampshire First In The Nation”.

Personally, George Resides in Warner, NH and enjoys spending time with his wife, his two dogs, 4 children and 5 grandchildren.