Saylee Greer was established in San Antonio, Texas in the early 2000’s with the inherent desire of finding a progressive alliance of both landscape and architecture. The company’s first interest was to become true practitioners who transgress the boundaries of landscape architecture by adapting methods of engineering, architecture, and horticulture in syncretic ways of understanding and shaping environments that enhance the lives of people.
In 2017 Saylee Greer purchased John’s Landscaping and is led by President, Christopher Greer. With the new growth, Saylee Greer has progressively become the best design/build landscape architecture firm in San Antonio, Texas.
While the company has grown and many things have changed over the years, the core beliefs of office staff, designers, project managers and field technicians at Saylee Greer has remained resolute. The personal commitment to provide the highest standards of service by working closely with each client to create innovative and timeless designs, coupled with the very best in quality construction is what the company was founded upon.
Saylee Greer Landscape Architecture proudly serves San Antonio and surrounding areas such as: Alamo Heights, Terrell Hills, Olmos Park, Monte Vista, Fair Oaks, Leon Springs, Boerne, Helotes, Seguin, Selma, Schertz-Cibolo, Garden Ridge and New Braunfels.
From the moment you call our office to set an appointment to final walk-through of your project, you'll have total commitment and satisfaction guarantee.
Contact Saylee Greer at 210.320.2722 for assistance in finding creative solutions if you are exploring new ideas for the following: landscape architecture, general site planning, driveway, walkway, patio, wood deck, patio cover, swimming pool, outdoor kitchen, fireplace, fire pit, outdoor television, outdoor stereo, outdoor television, low voltage landscape lighting and/or landscaping.
My father is a local design engineer (Terry Greer), and he is truly the one who inspires me to approach work differently. I am always a designer first; I approach projects artistically and somehow naturally see finished products the moment I step foot into a space. The real challenge is combining art and engineering of a project. Inventing new designs is one thing, but coupling that with the very best in quality and innovative construction is something else altogether.