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Matt Daley, RLA, CLIA, LEED AP


McGuire and Hester

2810 Harbor Bay Parkway

Alameda CA 94502

Phone (510) 632-7676
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Matt Daley is the Landscape Group Manager at McGuire and Hester. Founded in 1926, M&H is an employee-owned Civil Engineering and Landscape Construction company and is one of only a few companies in the Western United States who self-perform all the backbone landscape trades, including earthwork, underground utilities, asphalt paving, concrete, and landscape on a large scale.

Matt entered the landscape industry in 1989 as a Landscape Architecture student here at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. After graduation, he joined ValleyCrest as a Project Engineer and worked his way up to Senior Project Manager, leading the San Francisco / Peninsula project teams. Being one of six nominated countrywide for their pilot High Potential group, Matt participated in a year-long advanced management program and was ultimately promoted to Chief Estimator for its Northern California operations.

Matt joined McGuire and Hester in 2008 with the responsibility to cultivate the growth and development of its Landscape Group. By overseeing its commercial landscape operations, estimating, personnel and business development efforts, the division has grown to a first-call contractor for an elite customer base of developers and general contractors. Landscape services include sports facilities, trail systems, wetland restoration, commercial hardscape, landscape, irrigation and green roof systems. Being a trained and licensed Landscape Architect, Matt effectively leverages this perspective and expertise to bridge the gap between design and execution. This brings a value-added service to our customers and provides insightful problem-solving leadership to our specialty landscape construction efforts. Check out his work here!



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