"I started this discussion because my seemingly simple dream of owning my own business seems to be increasingly fantasy. I may not be happy with my position now, and that doesn't really matter. I just hope that there is hope out there…"
"There are a lot of good comments here. I agree that it takes time with the right company to gain the knowledge and experience to branch out. I also agree that It does take time and resources to do things differently, even…"
"No, thank you Mark, I’ve always appreciated those fine nuggets of wisdom that you share with us in the Lounge.
Yeah, high brow artsy-fartsy is sexy in our business, nuts and bolts--not so much. If my hairline wasn’t receding, I…"
Interesting how the grass is always greener?
I will remember what you said when I have yet another tedious conversation about the calcium content of the new type-n cement or the latest DOT regulation..... :)"
Hi Brittany! Life after ESF has been great, can't complain! Working as a landscape designer on the north shore of Long Island, doing residential work. Love it!! I am on my way to getting licensed. Just took Section B a few weeks ago.
How is everything for you? I see you are in Denver. Do you love it??
Shipped out a stunning set of these to a customer today. We love how our Oil Rubbed Bronze finish came out on these. We use a high quality eletroplating pocess to finish our water features. If you are looking to add some pizazz to your landscape,…Continue
California is considering updating their reciprocity qualifications. there are a number of us who are licensed in another state that had softer qualifications (experience or unrelated degrees) to sit for the LARE. However, even though we have…Continue
Hi. My name is Shawn. I've been through the whole catch-22 experience loop for far too long (since 2009) and I really need to figure something out. Anybody have any thoughts on what I need to do to get employed by a design/drafting office? I know…Continue
June 28, 2015Dear Land8 Members:ANY LAND8 member should feel free to add their own comments here.EDITORIAL: It's my opinion......that EVERY student who earns a Landscape Architecture Degree. (4 yr., 5 yr. or Masters in Landscape Architectures)…Continue