Mike Faha, PLA, FASLA, LEED AP
Mike Faha is a landscape architect who partners with municipalities, agencies, and institutions to create livable communities.
A pioneer of sustainable landscape architecture and stormwater management in the Pacific Northwest, Mike believes that good design addresses economic, ecological, and social needs. With three and a half decades of experience leading multidisciplinary teams to design complex parks, transportation, and natural resources projects, Mike knows how to anticipate problems before they arise, saving his clients time, money, and resources.
Mike collaborates with agencies and organizations of all sizes to develop design guidelines, manuals, and handbooks for stormwater, green infrastructure, transit, streetscapes, and parks. The founding principal of GreenWorks, Mike is the recipient of numerous national awards including APWA’s 2016 Individual Sustainable Practices Award and ASLA’s Honor Award for Zidell Yards Green Infrastructure in 2014.
When Mike isn’t at GreenWorks, he and his camera can be found exploring the best of Oregon's state parks and wildlife refuges.
Bachelor of Science, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
Professional Landscape Architect in Oregon (LA#242)
LEED Accredited Professional
Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects (FASLA), Member and Past President, Oregon Chapter