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Episode 23 – George Gentile: Insights into Four Decades of Palm Beach County’s Development

The career of landscape architect George Gentile tells the story of amazing development and change in Palm Beach County over four decades. George has been a central figure in the area’s governmental and commercial environmental engineering, development, and landscape architecture.

Cary Stamp speaks with George, now the senior partner at Gentile Holloway O’Mahoney & Associates, Inc (2GHO) about his landscape architectural career that contributed to Palm Beach County’s evolution. The conversation touches on mentoring, community service, business philosophy, and much more.

George discusses:

  • How Florida is highly dependant on managing stormwater and underground aquifers
  • His award-winning project that aided in resource recovery and managing landfills
  • Why punctuality is an important quality that every business person should have
  • Ways in which he contributes to the betterment of the community
  • His passion for the marine industry and other civic organizations
  • And more


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George G. Gentile has practiced as a landscape architect and planner in Palm Beach County for over 40 years. Having worked on numerous public and private projects that have contributed to the quality of life of South Florida residents, George is recognized for his professional dedication and was chosen as the Landscape Architect of the Year by the Palm Beach County, American Institute of Architects in 2007. During his extensive career, George has also been highly involved in the community through various nonprofits and charitable organizations.