Andrew Spiering
  • 39, Male
  • San Francisco
  • United States

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Andrew Spiering - Land8, Founder

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Andrew Spiering replied to Holly Powell's discussion 'Project Workflow Software'
"Great question, Holly! Regarding the budgeting feature, are you referring to a design budget for tracking hours or a construction estimation tool?"
Apr 25, 2016
Andrew Spiering replied to Holly Powell's discussion 'Project Workflow Software'
"Here's a link to their pricing - https://www.worketc.com/pricing/"
Apr 25, 2016
Andrew Spiering commented on Corey J. Halstead's blog post 'Is it time for Landscape Architects to step into the spotlight?'
"Michael - thanks for the catch! (insert sheepish smile here)"
Nov 17, 2015
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2003 - Cal Poly, SLO B.S. in Environmental Horticultural Science 2008 - University of California Berkeley, Extension Certificate in Landscape Architecture
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Land8 Media, LLC
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At 10:34am on October 28, 2015, STEPHANIE Landregan FASLA LEED said…

Hi Andrew, just lost a long post due to operator error. It would be really nice if the comment page could hold a draft. Then when anyone is switching between tabs, and accidently closes the tab where the post is, it is kept, at least the most curretn post, I just don't have the energy to recreate that post now. 

It would be a very loved feature by all I am sure!

stephanie landregan

At 6:29am on May 25, 2014, Tom Barrett said…

Thanks for the warm welcome. I look forward to contributing.

At 11:57am on May 11, 2014, Nicholas Tuttle said…

Hello Andrew,

I want to thank you for all of your support for what we are doing. Hope we can speak soon and figure out another big post or some form of push to promote another big movement in our Indie gogo. We have lost some momentum due to our submissions to ASLA and need to bring people back in to gain back our initial momentum. Hope we can speak soon.

-Nicholas Tuttle

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