Nathan Qualls
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Nathan Qualls commented on Benjamin Boyd's blog post 'What's on the Horizon for Landscape Architecture?'
"Another software vendor that would be worth mentioning in-line with landarchbim.com and Vectorworks is Keysoft Solutions. Their product, KeySCAPE LandCADD, has been helping landscape architects in the UK meet their BIM Level 2 mandate for federal…"
Aug 18
Nathan Qualls replied to Joey Donovan's discussion 'LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT'S CAD STANDARDS MANUAL- WHERE FOR ART THOU?'
"You may also want to reference BIM for Landscape that was produced by the Landscape Institute in the…"
Aug 18
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The Case for Precision - Thoughts on ALSA Dirt Article

The StoryLandscape architects are stereotyped as working in the “wild” end of the AEC industry. Plant material, soils, hydrology, and other natural systems appear to be imprecise (if viewed from the wrong perspective), therefore, other design professionals infer that landscape architects can get away with imprecise designs. It's just dirt and shrubs, after all. But, faced with increased occurrences of natural disasters and the demand for resiliency,…See More
Jul 29, 2016

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Nate is the US Product Support Lead for Keysoft Solutions, a software provider of products for landscape architects and designers.
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Kansas State University
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Keysoft Solutions
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http://us.keysoftsolutions.com/

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The Case for Precision - Thoughts on ALSA Dirt Article

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Landscape architects are stereotyped as working in the “wild” end of the AEC industry. Plant material, soils, hydrology, and other natural systems appear to be imprecise (if viewed from the wrong perspective), therefore, other design professionals infer that landscape…

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Posted on June 8, 2016 at 9:46am

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