Jason Gillies

ASLA, RLA

Landscape Architect

Jason is a practicing landscape architect since graduating from the University of Oregon in 2003. As a project manager, he coordinates our design efforts, prepares specifications, oversees projects and promotes project quality. Areas of emphasis include site development on college campuses, high performance athletic fields and parks and recreation.

Education & Professional Expertise
Jason has a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Oregon. After graduating, Jason has worked as a landscape architect in Portland, Oregon. He is a member of the Oregon chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects. Jason’s years of experience bring notable projects including the Hollister Running trail at Nike World Headquarters (Beaverton, OR), Dirksen Nature Park for the City of Tigard (Tigard, OR), Western Oregon University synthetic turf field (Monmouth, OR), resort planning and development for Tamarack Resort (McCall, ID), irrigation design for Nike World Headquarters expansion projects (Beaverton, OR), and Beaverton High School athletic field upgrades (Beaverton, OR).

Jason adds leadership and collaboration to the design and planning team. Jason is personable and approachable with both clients and colleagues. He has knowledge of the industry to lead a team and has an expertise in design and construction to support projects. His responsiveness to clients and effectiveness to efficiently manage project budgets leads to happy clients and successful projects.

Personal
Jason is a native Oregonian, raised in the Portland-Metro area. Jason is a former student athlete of the University of Oregon track and field team. Although his track days are over, Jason still enjoys running, skiing, golf, tennis, hiking…you name it! He is currently the head coach for Wilson and Central Catholic High School ski racing teams and is actively involved as the vice president of the state skiing organization, OISRA. Jason and his wife enjoy getting out to adventure as much as possible and trying to keep up with their son as he explores life.

“To give anything less than your best, is to sacrifice the gift.” –Steve Prefontaine