Chad Dietz is an Associate and Landscape Architect in PSC’s Amarillo office. As a Landscape Architect, he has developed a wide range of experience to include work in the higher education, K-12, federal and community sectors. Chad has served as the lead site designer for many local and international projects including DODEA education facilities in Germany, Italy, and Japan. He received the Certificate of Merit from the American Society of Landscape Architects in 2008 for his dedication to the profession.

Chad’s main goal is to design creative and unique spaces within the landscape without compromising the integrity of the natural environment.

“Building community is an expansion of the PSC internal culture. One of the things that brought me to PSC was the multi-disciplinary structure of the company which facilitates internal design collaboration. What we strive to do each day for our clients is take that collaborative design mentality into each project. That starts with listening to our clients’ needs, responding to their needs in design, and pursuing the project to completion to ensure each project meets and exceeds initial expectations. Performing with the clients’ needs as our forefront builds relationships. The relationships that are the framework of our communities.”