Michael A. DeGiglio, R.L.A.
Associate, Landscape Architecture and Site Development
Mr. DeGiglio has over 15 years of experience practicing Landscape Architecture. During this time he has been involved in all aspects of the profession including the layout and detailing of parks and athletic facilities. Mr. DeGiglio has been contributing and leading a variety of large scale public and private master planning including, primary & secondary schools, college campuses, cemeteries, residential communities, golf courses, parks and athletic fields.
In addition to master planning, he has developed site plans and contract documents for residential and commercial projects, as well as guiding them through the permitting and approval process of multiple municipal agencies. Residential projects have included large scale community planning, as well as high end detailing of private estates. Commercial or public projects have included college campuses, shopping centers, medical & office use buildings, hospitals, public gardens, congregate care facilities, and mixed use athletic fields. Where required, Mr. DeGiglio has assisted and lead projects through the process of re-zoning, land divisions, variances, and public hearings.
Public projects have included downtown hamlet redevelopment planning, streetscapes, and mixed use parks. As is the scope with many public projects, Mr. DeGiglio participates in facilitating public meetings, and interacting with elected officials. He has also been involved with environmental reviews involving New York State approval and/or funding.
He is extremely familiar with stormwater related issues/regulations and reviews stormwater pollution prevention plans as part of Cameron Engineering’s on call services agreement with the Town of Brookhaven. Mr. DeGiglio is a proponent of sustainable design principles, and has been involved with projects seeking LEED accreditation. His projects have featured rain gardens, vegetated detention basins, stream reconstruction, porous pavements, courtyards, vertical green screens, native plantings, and a green roof.