Jeremy Call, PLA, AICP, MPM

Principal, Environmental Planning

Jeremy brings out the best of human thought, collaboration, and creativity in each high-profile initiative he supports. For nearly 20 years he has been privileged to make sustained contributions to communities in natural resource management, parks-recreation-open space-trail planning and design, permitting and environmental compliance, land use planning, landscape architecture, project management, interdisciplinary team leadership, resiliency, and cultural landscapes. As an APM master project manager, certified planner, and landscape architect Jeremy is committed to innovative public engagement, life-long relationships, and strategy development. These, combined with strong presentation skills, has allowed him to serve clients throughout Colorado and the Intermountain West.

Jeremy is a licensed landscape architect, certified land use planner, and recreation planner with a broad range of experience serving utility clients and federal, state, and local governments. As a Principal with two decades of NEPA experience, Jeremy currently trains teams on some of the most complex reservoir, conservation, recreation management, and land use planning assignments in the West. He is Logan Simpson’s intermountain task lead for recreation and land use NEPA analyses for the National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, US Forest Service, and Western Area Power Administration. Notable responsibilities as a project manager and recreation or land use lead include the BOR/Larimer County Reservoirs RMP/EA, BOR/Wyoming State Parks Buffalo Bill Reservoir RMP/EA, and BLM Recreation Area Management Plans / Comprehensive Travel and Transportation Plan / EIS for 3 million acres in Las Vegas.