David began his professional career working for a multidisciplinary firm in Portland, Oregon, within a context of progressive ecological design and planning. He helped lead-up the environmental arm of a landscape architecture and engineering firm in Charlotte NC before joining Equinox in 2000 to help build the company into what it is today. David has contributed to Equinox’ success by planning the first conversation subdivision in Buncombe County, having a featured project in the North Carolina Low Impact Development Guidebook, and managing several award winning projects. As an expert in the field of sustainable planning and design including stormwater and greenways; he has given presentations throughout the southeast and authored published papers and numerous articles. David is active in the community and serves or has served on a number of worthy committees and commissions over the years.
Our primary geographic focus is the southern Appalachian mountain and piedmont region. It is home to extraordinary environmental and cultural treasures. The region is also challenged with tremendous pressures on its land, water, and air. Equinox believes that through proper planning, a balance can be achieved between the conservation and development of these resources such that the economic vitality and quality of life of the region is enhanced or maintained.
Equinox’ passionate and qualified staff is an integral component to the success of each project we undertake. Equinox currently employs two environmental planners, a landscape & environmental designer, a land planner & landscape designer, a field biologist, a GIS/CAD specialist, and an environmental scientist. Our clients attest to our technical proficiency and responsiveness to their needs. When appropriate, Equinox assembles other skilled professionals from our vast network of biologists, engineers, landscape architects, and architects to custom tailor planning and design teams capable of responding to most any conservation or development need. Place your confidence in Equinox. You and the region will reap rewards.
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