Gib has been in the landscape business since graduating from the University of Georgia (Bachelor’s of Landscape Architecture, 1990) and has been with HighGrove since 1997. Before his time with HighGrove, he worked as an entry-level Landscape Architect at the Fulton County Grounds Department and was able to work on the Wolf Creek Skeet, Trap, Skeet, and Sporting Clay Range, which was a venue during the 1996 Olympics. After two years with the county, he moved to golf course maintenance and was at Druid Hills Golf Club for five years, ending his tenure as Assistant Golf Course Superintendent. Since joining HighGrove, Gib has worked with clients to develop landscape management programs and has held numerous positions in the landscape maintenance division. In January of 2020, he began a new venture within the company, leading the Design/Build operations, bringing him full circle to the work he did at the beginning of his career.
Last modified: April 14, 2021