Mark Warriner

Mark Warriner

Orlando, FL, US



I am a passionate and well rounded, experienced professional who has manage projects from start to finish. Someone that is highly competent in design and graphics, able to multi-task with good construction administration skills. I have a minimum of 10 years of strong experience with managing clients and developing business relationships. 



Land Design Innovations, Landscape Designer/Planner

Contributed to the design of large community developments, community parks, plazas, streetscapes, and FDOT highway enhancement projects. Assisted with drafting Land Development Reviews, Architectural Manuals, and Comprehensive Plans. Setup Land F/X, which saved money by cutting the process of designing landscape and irrigation in half. Currently on sub-consultant status.

Jan 2008 - current

Green Consulting Group, Senior Landscape Designer

Developed and implemented a wide range of landscape and irrigation designs including a multitude of small-scale commercial projects. Contributed to the design of site plans, recreational parks, large multifamily developments and mix-use communities. Became proficient in Land F/X.

Jan 2005 - Sep 2007


University of Georgia, Bachelors, College of Environment and Design

The College of Environment and Design at the University of Georgia is one of the highest ranked schools of landscape architecture in the United States of America. The Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA) at the University of Georgia is a five-year undergraduate degree. I completed a summer internship, a senior project, and an in-depth study of the theory and practice of landscape architecture. Courses covered topics of studio design, construction, engineering, plant species, community impact, environmental issues, laws and design history. I also attended Studies Abroad Program in Cortona, Italy.

Mar 1989 - Jan 1991


Leader in Eco-Development, Other

Client recognized by the University of Florida for being leading Eco-Development in the State of Florida.


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