Brian Goe                                                        Senior Project Manager  

Brian Goe joined the firm in 2001 as a Project Manager and successfully completed many challenging assignments such as, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Training Facility, Clearwater Mall Renovation, City Of Largo Library, Collier Commons Plaza and Spoto High School. In 2007, Brian was promoted to Senior Project Manager and is now responsible for managing the staff Project Managers and insuring overall Design Excellence. In addition to these duties, Brian keeps his design ideas fresh by working on larger long term projects for the firm.


Tampa Bay Buccaneers Training Facility – Tampa, Florida The facility is on the former site of Tampa Bay Center Mall and occupies roughly one-quarter of the 80-acre tract. The Buccaneers project received the Associated Builders and Contractor (ABC) Florida Gulf Coast Chapter “Project of the Year Award”. As a key member of the design team our contributions include tree preservation, landscape and irrigation design and hardscape design for the facility. Three practice fields were designed with state-of-the-art grading techniques and irrigation. The landscape is designed to be low maintenance and drought tolerant. colorful planting beds line the facilities entry way and compliment the beautiful paver driveway.

The Oaks at Riverview – Tampa, Florida – Redevelopment of the former Riverview Terrace and Tom Dyer Homes Public Housing Communities. The Oaks at Riverview includes 250 rental units with mixed use from residential to commercial. This beautiful landscape is dominated by mature Live Oaks that were retained. The landscape palette is composed of mostly native plant material, which promotes a Florida friendly landscape. 

Largo Public Library – Largo, Florida – One of the most heavily used libraries in Pinellas County. The landscape architectural design includes tree preservation, landscape and irrigation design. The landscape design utilizes mostly native plant material with lush plantings at the buildings entry and courtyards. The retention ponds were heavily planted with native trees to create a Native Florida Ecosystem. Many mature Live Oaks were retained to enhance the natural beauty of the site.


University of Southern Mississippi
Bachelor of Fine Arts - 1993

University of Florida 
Masters of Landscape Architecture - 2000


Florida Native Plant Society
The Urban Charrette


Tampa Museum of Art
Artist Unlimited
South Seminole Heights Civic Association