150 Charles Street

Avenue V

Beach House

Belnord Courtyard

Berlin Residence

Camphill Ghent Elder Care Initiative

Canal Street Penthouse

Center For Discovery Health Campus

Center For Discovery Masterplan

Center for Science, Health, and Wellness

Danbury Hospital NICU Roof Garden

Duncaster

Earthplace – The Nature Discovery Center

Elementary, Middle, and High School

Elizabeth & Nona Evans Restorative Garden

Flight 93 Memorial Competition

Greenwich Village Penthouse

Joel Schnaper Memorial Garden

Life Enrichment Center

Monter Cancer Center

Mountain House

Natural Science Center Courtyard

New Parliament House

NYC Aids Memorial Competition

Park Avenue Penthouse

Rockefeller Center Channel Gardens

Science and Technology Center

Simons Center for Geometry and Physics

South Ellicott Student Housing

Stamford Hospital

Stocking Hall

Three Rivers Community College

University of Sacramento Masterplan


University of Virginia Health System

Walter Reed Healing Woodlands

News

December 12, 2013
Dirtworks, PC Wins 2 Landscape Awards for Healthcare Environments

Dirtworks received the 2013 Silver Award for Camphill Ghent Elder Care Initiative and the 2013 Bronze Award for Estelle’s Garden, a NICU Rooftop Garden at Danbury Hospital. Read more

October 10, 2013
David Kamp receives The New York State Assembly Certificate of Merit

David Kamp, recognized for service to the community, receives The New York State Assembly Certificate of Merit. Read more

September 9, 2013
Opening remarks by David Kamp, FASLA at the Therapeutic Garden at Hearthstone Alzheimer Care

Opening remarks by David Kamp, FASLA, LF, NA at the opening of the Therapeutic Garden at Hearthstone Alzheimer Care, in Palisades, NY. Read more

June 6, 2013
David Kamp, FASLA, LF, NA chronicles the evolution of the Joel Schnaper Memorial Garden

Practice Greenhealth Magazine (June / July 2013) features the Joel Schnaper Memorial Garden. The article, written by David Kamp focuses on the resiliency, flexibility and evolution of an 18-year old restorative garden.Read more

June 6, 2013
David Kamp writes a chapter on site design for “Building Type Basics for Senior Living” textbook

David Kamp’s significant contribution on site design is included in “Building Type Basics for Senior Living” (2nd edition) by Bradford Perkins FAIA and J. David Hoglund FAIA. This comprehensive textbook, published by Wiley, is now available in stores and online. Read more

March 3, 2013
Dirtworks PC mentioned in Real Estate Weekly

150 Charles Street in the West Village was featured in the March 27, 2013 issue of Real Estate Weekly. Dirtworks PC was mentioned in the article as landscape architect for the project. The article is available for download here.

April 4, 2013
"The future of healthy communities: Humanism in our designed environments" by David Kamp, FASLA, LF, NA

“The future of healthy communities: Humanism in our designed environments” by David Kamp, FASLA, LF, NA, focuses on a salutogenic approach to landscape design which can help bridge the gap between creating sustainable environments, and making community resources that improve individual health and wellbeing. The article, featured in the April 2013 issue of World Health Design Magazine, is available for download here.

March 3, 2013
Dirtworks, PC Wins 2013 NYASLA Honor Award for Camphill Ghent

Dirtworks, PC, was awarded the 2013 Honor Award given by the American Society of Landscape Architects New York Chapter (NYASLA) for Camphill Ghent Elder Care Initiative. Read more.

January 1, 2013
USACE Europe District reports on new construction in SHAPE

The US Army Corps of Engineers is upgrading decades-old building on the NATO base in Mons, Belgium. Part of this phased upgrade includes new construction of the American elementary, middle and high schools and the International School. Dirtworks, working with Michell | Giurgola Architects and ABATEC, is using landscape to create an entirely new educational campus. Read more on the USACE projects and Dirtworks’ contribution to the project.

January 1, 2013
David Kamp, FASLA, LF, NA speaks at the Metro Hort General Meeting

The presentation, “An Expanding Horizon – Gardens for Everyone,” will explore and discuss the challenge of how to accommodate special needs populations. Read more.

November 11, 2012
David Kamp , FASLA, LF, NA describes the landscape concept for Stamford Hospital as an arboretum

Healthcare Design Magazine (Nov 2012) features Stamford Hospital and focuses on its positive impact on the surrounding communities. Read more.

October 10, 2012
David Kamp, FASLA, LF, NA speaks at ASLANY Chapter's "Archtober" event

David will speak on “Designing for Those with Special Needs” at The Hort on 148 West 37th Street, 13th Floor, New York, NY 10018-6909 on October 15, 2012. Read more.

September 9, 2012
David Kamp, FASLA, LF, NA, awarded Honorary Fellowship at University College Falmouth (UK)

David Kamp addressed the graduates about the importance of design in shaping individual and collective choices that promote health and make our communities more vibrant, resilient and equitable. Read more.

May 5, 2012
David Kamp and three other Loeb Fellows receive a grant from the Loeb Fellowship Alumni Council

Loeb Fellows receive a grant to develop a prototype garden within Manhattan’s Riverside Park for the cognitively challenged elderly. Read more.

May 5, 2012
David Kamp, FASLA, LF, NA speaks on design and health in the UK

David Kamp, president of Dirtworks, PC and Member of the Board of Advisors at the University of Virginia Center for Design and Health (UVA CDH), visited the United Kingdom for several speaking engagements in February 2012. Read more.

April 4, 2012
Dirtworks, PC Wins 2012 NYASLA Honor Award for Life Enrichment Center

Dirtworks, PC, was awarded the 2012 Honor Award given by the American Society of Landscape Architects New York Chapter (NYASLA) for the Life Enrichment Center. Read more.

October 10, 2011
"A Broader Legacy" by David Kamp, 
FASLA, LF, NA

David Kamp explains in the decade since Flight 93 crash-landed in Pennsylvania’s Somerset County, how locals have created a living memorial that acts as a healing thread, stitching the community back together. The article, featured in the October 2011 issue of World Health Design Magazine, is available for download here.

August 8, 2011
"Earthplace Nature Center: A Recreational and Educational Trail System within Universal Design Principles" by David Kamp, FASLA, LF, NA Elect

“Earthplace Nature Center: A Recreational and Educational Trail System within Universal Design Principles” by David Kamp, FASLA, LF, NA Elect is featured in this summer’s issue of the ASLA Children’s Outdoor Environments Newsletter. Click here for the online article.

June 6, 2011
David Kamp featured in “New York Rooftop Gardens”

David Kamp, FASLA, LF of Dirtworks, PC is one of 17 landscape architects featured in “New York Rooftop Gardens” photographed by Charles de Vaivre. Read more Rooftop Gardens.pdf

July 7, 2011
"A Broader Horizon" by David Kamp, FASLA, LF, NA Elect

“A Broader Horizon” by David Kamp, FASLA, LF, NA Elect, highlights five landscape design projects that promote the qualities which are key to healthier communities The article, featured in the July 2011 issue of World Health Design Magazine, is available for download here.

June 6, 2011
David Kamp, FASLA, LF elected to the National Academy

David Kamp, FASLA, LF, president and founder of Dirtworks Landscape Architecture, PC has been elected to the National Academy as a National Academician (NA). Read more David Kamp NA Elect.pdf

April 4, 2011
Dirtworks, PC receives 2011 BSLA Honor Award in College and University Design

Dirtworks, PC received one of two Honor Awards in College and University Design from the Boston Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (BSLA). Read more BSLA Award.pdf

January 1, 2011
David Kamp is Keynote Speaker at Sustainability Symposium 2011: Healing Spaces

David Kamp, FASLA, LF and Principal of Dirtworks, PC will be the Keynote Speaker at the Sustainability Symposium 2011: Healing Spaces at the Cleveland Botanical Garden on February 4, 2011. Read more Green Gardening.pdf

December 12, 2010
David Kamp, FASLA, LF joins the UVA School of Architecture Center for Design and Health

David Kamp, FASLA, LF and President of Dirtworks, Landscape Architecture, PC joins the Center for Design and Health as Co-Founder and member of the Executive Committee. Read more David Kamp.pdf

October 10, 2010
David Kamp speaks at Healthcare Design.10

David Kamp, FASLA, LF and Principal of Dirtworks, PC will speak at the Healthcare Design.10 on November 15, 2010 in Las Vegas, NV. Read more Healthcare Design.10.pdf

October 10, 2010
David Kamp speaks at 48th International Making Cities Livable Conference

David Kamp, FASLA, LF and Principal of Dirtworks, PC will speak at the 48th International Making Cities Livable Conference on October 19, 2010 in Charleston, SC. Read more in Dirtworks on 48th ICMCL Presentation.pdf

July 7, 2010
David Kamp is one of the winners of the "Built Residential Landscapes" at the James Rose Center in Ridgewood, NJ.

As published in the New York American Society of Landscape Architecture (NY ASLA),
“Suburbia Transformed” by Suzan Marciona, ASLA. Read more Suburbia Transformed.pdf

May 5, 2010
David Kamp joins an expert panel discussion of Dr. Esther Steinberg's screening of "The Science of Healing," a film about her health journey.

As published in the New York American Society of Landscape Architecture (NY ASLA),
“The Science of Healing” by Suzan Marciona, ASLA. Read more The Science of Healing.pdf

May 5, 2010
Dirtworks, PC wins James Rose Center Award

Dirtworks, PC is recognized in the “Suburbia Transformed, One Garden at a Time” Design Competition by the James Rose Center for the Beach House. Read more “James Rose Award.pdf”

May 5, 2010
David Kamp, FASLA, LF to participate as Panel Member for “The Science of Healing”

David Kamp, FASLA, LF will participate in a Panel Discussion on the PBS Documentary Special “The Science of Healing.” The screening, hosted by the Urban Zen Foundation, will be held on May 24, 2010 at the Urban Zen Center in New York City. Read more “David Kamp as Panelist.pdf

April 4, 2010
David Kamp, FASLA, LF receives the Mary White Commitment Award

ArchCare / Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center will honor David Kamp, FASLA, LF with the Mary White Commitment Award at its annual TCC Flower Ball. Read more “Mary White Commitment Award.pdf

March 3, 2010
Schnaper Garden on Exhibit

The Horticultural Society of New York hosts an Exhibit of 2010 ASLANY Award winning projects. Read more “2010 Exhibit.pdf”

January 1, 2010
Camphill Ghent’s Elder Care Initiative, Copake, NY

Dirtworks, PC is mentioned for its sensitivity to design and sustainability. Register-Star details: Camphill.pdf.

January 1, 2010
David Kamp at the "Architecture for Health" Visiting Lecture Series

Texas A&M University College of Architecture presents this Spring semester’s Architecture for Health” Visiting Lecture Series with David Kamp, FASLA, LF and Principal of Dirtworks, PC as speaker. Read more: Nature and Human Nature.pdf

November 11, 2009
Dirtworks, PC, wins 2010 ASLANY Merit Award for Schnaper Garden

Dirtworks, PC, was awarded the 2010 Merit Award given by American Society of Landscape Architects New York Chapter (ASLA-NY) for the Joel Schnaper Memorial Garden at Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center. Read more Schnaper Garden ASLANY Merit Award.pdf

September 9, 2009
David Kamp at the New York Botanical Garden Lecture Series

NYBG Lecture Series presents “Four Landscape Design Portfolios 2009” with David Kamp as Speaker. Read more Four Landscape Design Portfolios 2009.pdf

August 8, 2009
David Kamp in 2009 Sense of Place

David Kamp, FASLA, LF Principal of Dirtworks, PC is one of five international speakers at the Sense of Place 2009 Conference from September 2-5 2009 to be held in Cornwall, UK. A returning speaker at this bi-annual conference, David Kamp will speak on “Connecting People and Place: A Design Perspective.” Read more 2009 Sense of Place Conference.pdf

December 12, 2008
Dirtworks, PC Wins 2008 ASLANY Merit Award for Urban Aerie

Dirtworks, PC, was awarded the 2008 Merit Award given by American Society of Landscape Architects New York Chapter (ASLA-NY) for the Urban Aerie.
Read more in 2008 ASLANY Merit Award.pdf

August 8, 2008
David Kamp speaks at ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO

David Kamp, FASLA, LF and Principal of Dirtworks, PC will speak at the ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO on October 5, 2008 in Philadelphia, PA. David Kamp will speak at the popular “Inside the LA Studio with Dirtworks, PC.” Read more in 2008 ASLA Inside the LA Studio.pdf

April 4, 2008
Dirtworks, PC receives 2008 ASLA Honor Award in Residential Design

Dirtworks, PC won the 2008 Honor Award in Residential Design given by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). The Beach House in Amagansett, New York was chosen from a select group of projects worldwide. Read more in 2008 ASLA Honor Award.pdf

August 8, 2008
Dirtworks, PC receives 2008 BSA / AIA New York Housing Design Award Citation

Dirtworks, PC was part of the design team that received the 2008 Boston Society of Architects / AIA New York Housing Design Award Citation for the Student Residence Hall (New York City) for Teacher’s College at Columbia University. Read more in 2008 BSA Design Citation.pdf

May 5, 2008
Dirtworks, PC receives Special Design Commendation from the British Holistic Medical Association

Dirtworks, PC Landscape Architecture received a special design commendation given by the British Holistic Medical Association (BHMA). The Elizabeth & Nona Evans Restorative Garden, one of two international entries, was chosen from a select group of projects worldwide. Read more in 2008 BHMA Design Commendation.pdf

December 12, 2007
Dirtworks, PC receives 2008 Design Citation Award from AASA

Dirtworks, PC received the 2008 Design Citation Award from the American Association of School Administrators for the Science Center Courtyard and Outdoor Learning Environment at Keene State College. “A well designed and planned outdoor learning area that addressed the nature of the sciences studies and academic program of the school,” described the AASA Awards jury, composed of the AASA and its co-partners, the American Institute of Architects and the Council of Education Facility Planners International. “A living laboratory with skillful adaptation of geological principles and use of materials to elevate awareness of surroundings, place of community, and the natural world,” they added. Read more in: 2008 AASA.pdf.

Dirtworks PC, Landscape Architecture was founded on the belief that excellence in design can heighten life’s experiences, honoring both the site and the individual to offer opportunities to connect to the larger world.

Our practice is dedicated to enhancing the essential human quality of identity by creating spaces that bridge differences in age, ability, and culture through shared experiences. Design solutions that emphasize a close connection to nature we believe are essential to the health and well-being of ourselves and our communities.

One of the strengths of the firm is its ability to balance institutional needs with individual needs, distilling complex programmatic and natural systems with individual experience. Since 1995, Dirtworks has sought projects that explore how design can improve the human condition. Grounded initially in the enhancement of personal health, and often designing for individuals with complex medical needs, our work has expanded over the years to encompass an ever-larger conception of health, including community and environmental health. We believe these form a continuum that must be approached holistically.

This integrated approach to design is best practiced on collaboration. Strengthening the firm’s creativity is our broad organizational base, allowing us to work closely with our clients so that we may respond to diverse needs and challenging sites. Regional national and international specialists, are often enlisted to aid us to both articulate and solve today’s specialized problems so that our designs are appropriately dynamic, cost effective, and engaging.

David Kamp, the founding principal of Dirtworks, PC, has over 30 years’ experience in the private and public sector. Prior to forming his own firm Mr. Kamp participated in large-scale site development, including involvement in the design of Australia’s New Parliament House and a variety of projects throughout the United States, Europe and the Caribbean.

Selected as a Loeb Fellow in Advanced Environmental Studies at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Mr. Kamp began a year of self directed research and study covering a range of factors, including ergonomics, medical ethics and research advancing the effectiveness of nature and gardens to influence health care environments. As an artist-in-residence at the MacDowell Colony, America’s oldest and most prestigious artist colony, Mr. Kamp confirmed his exploration with the development of a series of prototypical gardens serving a range of individuals with special needs.

Mr. Kamp is a guest lecturer at numerous universities and conferences across the United States and Europe, and currently he teaches at University of Virginia (where he is an alumnus). Mr. Kamp was a contributor on the committee that developed the Green Guide for Healthcare Version 2.0 Pilot, a best practices guide for evaluating health and sustainability for the healthcare industry. Mr. Kamp was featured in Recreating Eden, a documentary series exploring the role of gardens in the lives of people. A second television documentary, GardenStory, was broadcast on PBS featuring engaging examples of the power of restorative gardens to support health, well-being and assuage grief.

Most recently, University College Falmouth (UK) awarded Mr. Kamp an Honorary Fellowship in recognition of his contributions to the landscape architecture profession. Mr. Kamp has been elected as a National Academician of the National Academy, a professional artist association in America modeled on The Royal Academy of London. He joins an illustrious group of America’s most influential artists and architects of the past two hundred years.

Martin brings an extensive knowledge of native plants, a focus on sustainable and ecological construction techniques, and experience in coordinating complex multi-phased projects to Dirtworks. Currently, Martin is leading a multi-discipline team in the design of an urban waterfront greenroof, Sutton Place Park and Sutton Place Garden, in Manhattan. Part of a joint project between New York City and a private corporation, the design concept was an integral element in the development of a Memorandum of Understanding, reapportioning tax lots and creating the two projects. He is also leading the redevelopment of a multi-phase K-12 international school campus in Europe which involves coordinating detailed programming and security requirements for the various member nations. Martin has also been integral to the design, development, and construction of several high profile institutional projects including SUNY Fredonia Science Center, the expansion of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University, the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics at SUNY Stony Brook, and the Danbury Hospital NICU Garden.

Martin received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Georgia, is a licensed Landscape Architect in the state of Connecticut and a LEED Accredited Professional.

Timothy joined Dirtworks after graduating with his Master in Landscape Architecture from the State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF). His graphical visualizations, research, and critical analysis have contributed deeply to the firm’s design processes. Timothy is currently managing an academic gateway corridor project at Ramapo College in New Jersey and a multi-terraced condominium high-rise located in Manhattan. Incorporating over 20,000SF of extensive and intensive greenroofs, and involving complex architectural and engineering coordination, the landscape was an integral element in the project’s rezoning initiative with New York City. He has also designed and managed residential ecological restoration projects in Long Island.

At SUNY-ESF, Timothy was an Olmsted Scholar with a focus on urban design and ecological integration. He is an ISA certified arborist and LEED Accredited Professional.

Design Excellence
  • 2013, Silver Award, Landscape Architecture for Healthcare Environments, Camphill Ghent
  • 2013, Bronze Award, Landscape Architecture for Healthcare Environments, Estelle’s Garden at Danbury Hospital
  • 2013, Merit Award, American Institute of Architects Design for Aging Review, Camphill Ghent
  • 2013, Citation of Merit, Environments for Aging, Camphill Ghent
  • 2013, Honor Award, ASLA-NY, Camphill Ghent
  • 2012, Honor Award, ASLA-NY, Life Enrichment Center
  • 2011, Honor Award in Campus Planning, Boston Society of Landscape Architects, Science Center Courtyard at Keene State College
  • 2010, James Rose Center Award for Residential Design, Beach House
  • 2010, Merit Award, ASLA New York Chapter, Joel Schnaper Memorial Garden at Terence Cardinal Cooke Hospital, Merit Award, ASLA New York Chapter, Joel Schnaper Memorial Garden at Terence Cardinal Cooke Hospital
  • 2010, Finalist, Best Private Plots 10 – Die Besten Garten (Austria), Beach House
  • 2009, Honor Award, AIA Westchester Hudson Valley, Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center
  • 2008, Honor Award in Residential Design, ASLA, Beach House
  • 2008, Merit Award in Residential Design, ASLA-NY, Greenwich Penthouse
  • 2008, Design Award Citation, Design Environment for Aging, Life Enrichment Center
  • 2008, Design Award Citation, Boston Society of Architects, Science Center Courtyard at Keene State College
  • 2008, Design Award Citation, American Association of School Administrators, Science Center Courtyard at Keene State College
  • 2008, Design Commendation, British Holistic Medical Association (UK), Elizabeth & Nona Evans Restorative Garden, Cleveland Botanical Garden
  • 2007, Citation, FacilityCare Who’s Who Among Healthcare Facilities Management Professionals, David Kamp
  • 2007, Honor Award for Excellence in Landscape Architecture, Society of Colleges & University Planners / American Institute of Architects, Science Center Courtyard at Keene State College
  • 2007, Honor Award, ASLA-NY, Science Center Courtyard at Keene State College
  • 2007, Honorable Mention, Modern Healthcare Magazine, Center for Advanced Medicine, Monter Cancer Center
  • 2007, Merit Award in Residential Design, ASLA-NY, Beach House
  • 2006, Honor Award in General Design, ASLA, Elizabeth & Nona Evans Restorative Garden, Cleveland Botanical Garden
  • 2006, Honor Award, ASLA-NY, Elizabeth & Nona Evans Restorative Garden, Cleveland Botanical Garden
  • 2006, Honor Award, AIA New Hampshire Excellence in Architecture, Science Center Courtyard at Keene State College
  • 2006, Honor Award, American Horticultural Therapy Association (AHTA) Therapeutic Garden Design, Elizabeth & Nona Evans Restorative Garden, Cleveland Botanical Garden
  • 2006, Merit Award in General Design, ASLA Ohio Chapter, Elizabeth & Nona Evans Restorative Garden, Cleveland Botanical Garden
  • 2004, American Graphic Design Award, Graphic Design USA, Earthplace Nature Center Trail Signage System with ACME Communications
  • 1995, Honor Award, AHTA Therapeutic Garden Design, Joel Schnaper Memorial Garden at Terence Cardinal Cooke Hospital
  • 1995, Philip Winslow Landscape Design Award, Parks Council, Joel Schnaper Memorial Garden at Terence Cardinal Cooke Hospital
  • 1995, Merit Award in General Design, ASLA, Joel Schnaper Memorial Garden at Terence Cardinal Cooke Hospital
  • 2014, SCUP Honor Award for Excellence in Landscape Architecture, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics
Community Service
  • 2013, New York State Assembly Certificate of Merit, Therapeutic Garden at Hearthstone Alzheimer Residence
  • 2010, Mary White Commitment Award, Joel Schnaper Memorial Garden at Terence Cardinal Cooke Hospital
  • 2008, Construction Communications Community Service Plaque of Honor, Center for Advanced Medicine, Monter Cancer Center
  • 2003, William E. Simon Award, Joel Schnaper Memorial Garden at Terence Cardinal Cooke Hospital
  • Archcare
  • Architectural Resources
  • Bowery Mission for Women
  • Camphill
  • Cannon Design
  • Capital Health Hospitals
  • Center for Discovery
  • City University of New York
  • Cleveland Botanical Garden
  • CO Architects
  • COOKFOX
  • Cornell University
  • Danbury Hospital
  • Davis Brody Bond
  • Delon Hampton & Associates
  • Dormitory Authority of the State of New York
  • Duncaster
  • Earthplace Nature Center
  • Ewing Cole
  • Extell
  • Hearthstone Alzheimer Care
  • Heery International
  • HOK, Inc.
  • Jewish Home Lifecare
  • Keene State College
  • Langan
  • Life Enrichment Center
  • Long Island Jewish Hospital
  • MacDowell Colony
  • Maimonides Hospital
  • Michael Rubin Architects PLLC
  • Mitchell | Giurgola Architects, LLP
  • New York City Department of Environmental Protection
  • New York City Department of Parks & Recreation
  • New York City School Construction Authority
  • Norwalk Community College
  • Perkins & Will
  • Perkins Eastman
  • Rogers Partners
  • Sensory Trust
  • SmithGroup
  • Stamford Hospital
  • Stantec
  • State University Construction Fund
  • State University of New York
  • STV
  • The Witkoff Group
  • Three Rivers Community College
  • Tishman Speyer
  • University of Virginia
  • University of Virginia Health Systems
  • US Army Corps of Engineers
  • US Department of Defense Dependent Schools
  • US Forest Service
  • US General Services Administration
  • Walter Reed Society
  • Westchester Reform Temple
  • WHR Architects

Contact Us

If you are interested in our firm, projects, or industry please contact us.

Dirtworks, PC
Landscape Architecture
200 Park Avenue South, Suite 1118
New York, New York 10003
Tel. 212-529-2263
Fax. 212-505-0904

Speaking Engagements

Dirtworks, PC always welcomes the opportunity to participate in gatherings of the design community and the healthcare and education community at large. Please contact us regarding any upcoming events.

Careers

Dirtworks, PC is an internationally published and award-winning landscape architecture firm located in New York City. Our projects range from intensive urban rooftop gardens to large-scale master plans in the USA and worldwide. We value a solid skills set, a positive attitude, the initiative to grow and learn professionally in a firm that supports its staff; and the interest to support the profession.

If you are interested in joining Dirtworks, please send an email to: careers@dirtworks.us. Please include a letter of introduction, resume and sample of work. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Dirtworks is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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