"The Smart Home at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry was a great project. We had the pleasure of contributing to the project, and got to attend the opening gala. It was a great publicity tool for many of the systems you discuss, as well as a…"
"No problem, Craig. We know we are not the solution for every designer on every job. We just try to make the highest quality products for as many varied applications as we can, so when the designer does need edging, he knows where to turn.
"A quality edging will mainting the designer's original intent. Each time a bed area is edged by hand the size and shape of the bed is altered by some degree. After years of hand maintenance the lines the designer originally drew won't look…"
"Aluminum is a much better product, overall than either plastic or steel. Aluminum won't rust, rot, or breakdown. It is lightweight, flexible, easy to work with. It is safer, with a rounded bead on top and locking stakes.
"Not to be picky, but you are actually looking to become LEED accredited, not certified. LEED certifies buildings and accredits people.
Having said that, I am a LEED AP and the process is fairly simple. You can do it in one step, taking two tests at…"
I've put up a couple of discussions in the past regarding tools and methods for site measuring to supplement a survey or for a small project. Back in November I saw the video below and decided to buy the Disto S910 because of its ability to export a…Continue
Started by Andrew Garulay, RLA in STORY BOARD yesterday.
Can anyone out there recommend sites that would have somewhat scholarly papers on the use of native plants. I am looking for advocates of this practice and those who feel it is nonsense. I'm not looking for books, looking for papers. This for a side…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
I was wondering if anybody out there had a formal or informal PM "break in" or training program. The PM programs that I've looked into don't really apply to landscape architecture. There's got to be something for architecture or another allied field…Continue