Founder and Owner
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Jason Arnott founded Earth Environments in 2007 on the basis of quality design principles with the ultimate and ambitious goal of making our world a more beautiful place. Arnott graduated from Lawrence Technological University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture, followed by a Master of Architecture Degree in "the preservation of existing structures, presentation and landscape design".
Arnott is a member of the Detroit Chapter of American Institute of Architects (AIA), National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) and is a directory participant in the Historical Resource Council (HRC). In addition, he is a member of the Michigan Historical Preservation Network (MHPN) and promoter of local neighborhood development planning, parks, trailways and green links. Arnott is locally involved and is a community advocate for local fairs, village development, historical societies, museums, art centers, library boards and Romeo's Downtown Development Authority (DDA). In 2009, Arnott conducted a preservation leadership training program where he shared his knowledge of historic preservation with participants.
With more than 20 years experience, Arnott has developed Earth Environments into a premier design, landscape development and research firm winning countless awards and quickly rising to the top of the industry. Earth Environments is committed to building relationships with its customers and courting them through the process of transforming their vision into reality. This dedication towards excellence and customer satisfaction has propelled Earth Environments towards becoming one of the fastest growing and most well respected landscape design firms in the United States.