Owner Tina Scoccolo grew up in a construction family. After working with her father in heavy civil construction and erosion control, she purchased her first hydroseeder and founded Terra Dynamics in 1986. Within three years Terra Dynamics had grown beyond hydroseeding to include specialties in park & field construction, wetland mitigation, public works projects and more.
Over the past 25 years, Terra Dynamics has led the industry in innovation, application, technology and performance. Our differences are the belief that one company should be everything you need in a landscape construction contractor as well as the knowledge and experience to deliver the best to our clients.
Our dedicated staff works as an extension of your own team.
Sophisticated systems and operations, honed over 25 years, mean efficiencies and cost-savings for our clients.
Terra Dynamics leads the landscape construction industry in innovation, technology and performance. Our work encompasses projects in both the public and private sectors, including public works, hydroseeding, wetland mitigation, master plan communities and parks & athletic fields
We are proud to serve Puget Sound and the surrounding areas as the leading landscape construction contractor in the Northwest.
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- Certifications: WBE, WOSB
- NAICS Codes: 237110, 237990, 238910
- Over 30 years experience
- Leaders in innovation, technology and performance
- One of the lowest EMRs in the industry
“The project looks terrific. I am pleased with the smooth construction process and the professional way Terra Dynamics handled the work.”
Ted Holden — Seattle Parks & Recreation
“It has been a long time since I have been this pleased with an installation. Steve and his crew did excellent work, maintained a great attitude, and worked quickly and finished a huge job in excellent time.”
Sarah Cooke — Cooke Scientific
“I would like to express my gratitude to Terra Dynamics for an outstanding effort. The cooperation and professionalism throughout the project is greatly appreciated.”
Dennis Apland — City of Redmond