Greg Grigsby,


Senior Landscape Architect

Greg has an Associates of Applied Science in Landscape Development from SUNY Cobleskill and a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, NY. He possesses landscape architecture licenses in Connecticut and New Hampshire and is also CLARB certified. He is a Full Member of the American Society of Landscape Architects and has been recognized as a Distinguished Landscape Alumnus by SUNY Cobleskill.

Greg has over 20 years of experience relative to the profession of Landscape Architecture, with strong capabilities in site design, grading, drainage and horticulture. Greg’s employment with PAI spans nearly two decades; with specialization in executive/estate level residential properties, shorelands/ wetlands permitting and institutional projects. Many of the projects he has managed have gone on to win national awards.

Among the many professional associations he belongs to, Greg has served as the Chairman of the Granite State Landscape Architects for 4 years. Under his tenure as Chair, he successfully moved a Landscape Architecture Licensure bill through the state legislature in an unprecedented single legislative session. He was also a founder and Vice President of the New Hampshire Shorefront Association, which seeks to balance private property rights while maintaining high water quality in the lakes, rivers and streams of NH.

In addition to being an adjunct professor at the New Hampshire Technical Institute, Greg has given presentations for the University of New Hampshire, the University of NH Cooperative Extension and the New Hampshire Landscape Association. He was a “core group” member of the AIA 150 taskforce, developing a prototype development in Durham, which could be a model for development throughout the country. He has served on many juries for professional design awards and flower shows throughout New England and provided lead testimony for the landscape legislation in NH.