About Jereck Boss, FASLA
Jereck Boss is a registered Landscape Architect in Texas, Nevada and Utah and has been with OJB for 17 years. He earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Utah State University. As a Partner, Jereck supervises all services and operations in the Houston and Dallas offices and frequently collaborates and leads teams in Philadelphia, San Diego, Boston, and Denver. Over the course of his 25+ career, he has successfully designed and managed a broad range of institutional, corporate campus, mixed-use, and large-scale urban design projects, particularly walkable and innovative streetscapes. Jereck is a champion of a “design first” philosophy and believes that projects are only as successful as the least compelling design element. Growing up in El Paso, he developed an interest in design, architecture, and landscape architecture from taking notice of the fragile and resilient qualities of the Chihuahuan Desert, one of the largest and most biodiverse deserts in North America.
Among his notable built projects are the gardens at ConocoPhillips campus in west Houston, the Asia Society Texas Center in Houston, Project180 redevelopment in Oklahoma City, CityCenter urban development in Las Vegas, and the entry plaza and green roof at the LEED Platinum office tower at 609 Main in downtown Houston. When he’s not working, he plays an active role in the design community as a Board Member of the Rice Design Alliance and Utah State University’s Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning Advisory Board.