When you join the 7gen team, you gain an opportunity to grow and work with a peer group of industry leaders in land planning and landscape architecture.  Similar to our balanced approach toward the services we provide, 7gen strives to create a balanced work environment that nurtures each team member professionally and personally.

7gen offers the following employee benefits:

  • Casual dress code and a relaxed working environment
  • Flexible schedules and a 4 1/2 day work week
  • Medical and dental insurance
  • Cafeteria program / Flexible spending account
  • Life insurance
  • 401(K) plan with match
  • Vacation / Holiday / Sick pay
  • In-house training programs

We recognize that each team member contributes to the success of 7gen – and that when you succeed, we all succeed. That’s why we recognize the importance of providing appropriate training, support and resources to each valued member of our team.


  • Plant Facilities and Detention

    Nearly every community in the Houston region will include a water plant, wastewater plant, lift stations and detention ponds. So why is it that these necessary components are so negatively visible in some communities — and almost invisible in others? In rare instances, some of these components actually work to beautify and enhance communities!  Read more >

  • Why You Should Hire a Professional Planner

    There are many occasions in which a first meeting with a developer is spent processing the numerous reasons a plan (that was initially done by the engineers or architects) is not meeting the needs of the developer’s project vision and goals. Many developers attempt to minimize costs during the due diligence phase by having these professionals make an attempt at the initial plan. Unfortunately, skimping on this phase could be costly later or lost revenue never realized.  Read more >

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    So, you have been looking for that great piece of property for your next, or maybe your first, Master-Planned Community (MPC) to develop. How do you know which one to pull the trigger on? There are many things to consider of course, and of those, the following five elements have continued to be either an opportunity and/or constraint as to if a parcel of land will make a great MPC. A professional land planner can evaluate each of these and interpret the impacts these elements have on your vision.   Read more >