Our company name, “EnviroTeque,” is a composite of the
words Environment and
Technique. We believe
that the best way to develop a site is through the “Environmental
Technique™,” focusing on a nature-balanced approach to site planning.
Enviroteque, llc blasted onto the
scene in October 2010 when former Director/Sustainability Specialist, Kim
Harron, joined talents with Senior Landscape Architect/Environmental Planner
Jeremy J. Kox. The result was the
creation of a company focused on developing low-impact, sustainable solutions
that reduce the use of non-renewable materials, lower maintenance
intensity/frequency, and re-establish the ecological footprint of the native
Enviroteque works intimately with its clients to create
a solution package tailored to their specific needs and goals.
The process starts with comprehensive interviews with the owners,
followed by, if the program warrants, further, focused discussions with the
various user groups, educators, maintenance/management teams, and alumni
organizations. Our solution package may be as simple as a site concept plan
or as comprehensive as a full development package that includes a detailed
site inventory/analysis, strategic forestry analysis, environmental
reclamation, stormwater management, native vegetation restoration,
site-attentive circulation planning, low-impact site planning, sustainable
practices review and environmental education planning.
Our complete design package will included a full master
plan document with construction development plans, grading plans,
construction details, bid documentation, contract administration, project
management, and value engineering.
Who We Are...
Kim Bruce Harron
Director of Operations
Kim has over thirty years experience in the public
sector, serving in numerous professional and administrative capacities,
resulting in the development, directing, and operations of resident camps
throughout the United States.
Kim’s primary expertise is in camp planning and program development.
He has successfully reduced administrative costs with numerous camps
through careful site/program analysis and sustainable program integration.
Kim is highly educated with numerous degrees including a Masters in
Business Administration and most recently, an Associate Degree in
Sustainability and Renewable Energies.
Kim has a unique way of working with groups to assess
the specific goal set for a given project, and serves as the team leader for
the Enviroteque team.
Jeremy J. Kox,
Director of Planning
A registered landscape architect and
successful land-use planner, Jeremy has spent the better part of two decades
helping clients with spatial planning, site circulation, and plant design.
He specializes in educational campuses, resident camps, medical facilities,
public gardens, corporate facilities, and large scale residential design.
Jeremy is known for his innate ability to
harmonize a client's needs within the site's environment. His signature style
blends innovative design techniques and sustainable practices with unique plant
combinations and intricate landscape detailing.
As an adjunct instructor at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Jeremy
helps train the new generation of practitioners expounding the environmental
stewardship practices he learned at the University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Amy L. Kox,
AIA, LEED AP
Architect, LEED-AP Specialist
Amy is the administrator of our campus
planning division. She has been on both sides of the "pen" as a lead
project architect on many primary and post-secondary educational campuses and as
a college administrator oversseing the development of long-term campus
development plans. Her diverse background gives her a unique vantage point
to approach campus design solutions.
In addition, Amy has been the impetus behind the development of the
Sustainable and Renewable Energy programs at Northeast Wisconsin Technical