Jack Tremblay has been practicing landscape architecture for 25 years. His work comprises residential, commercial, and restoration design over a wide range of project size and complexity. Among Jack’s 600-some clients are Martha Stewart, Donald Fagan of Steely Dan, and the New York Botanical Garden. Jack has designed landscapes in partnership with Roger Hopkins, Tom Wirth, and Roger Cook, all of whom have been featured on PBS’s This Old House. Jack’s work includes master site planning, grading studies, construction detailing, materials and plant specification, and graphic illustration. His work has appeared in design, how-to, and tourism publications. Jack has a B.S. degree in environmental design from University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and he is a registered landscape architect. 

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