Gregory A. Miller, ASLA
Registered Landscape Architect
State of New Mexico #17
State of Texas # 1951
State of California #4448
State of Arizona #39684
Society of Landscape Architects
Current Trustee of the New Mexico Chapter - ASLA
Past president of the New Mexico Chapter - ASLA
A&M University – 1997
Semester Study - Santa Chiara School of Design -
Castiglion Florentino, Italy - 1995
Mr. Miller 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. Recently, Mr. Miller has worked extensively on City of Albuquerque projects, including design and management of the Big I Landscape Improvements, I-40 and Louisiana Interchange landscape, Alamosa Skate Park, Pat Hurley Hillside Development, Nob Hill Streetscape, and numerous parks (new and renovation).
Mr. Miller currently teaches a course on water in the landscape as an Adjunct Faculty member in the Master of Landscape Architecture program at the University of New Mexico.