Sara Donohoe
  • 28, Female
  • Leesburg, VA
  • United States

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Bolt-Down Tables On-Structure
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We have a courtyard design where a portion of the gathering space is on-structure (over top of a parking garage). The structural slab is 6" below our paver surface and is supported by small…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jason T. Radice Jan 25, 2013.

Planting in an Erosion Control Blanket
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We have a steep slope (2:1) that we're using an erosion control blanket on for initial stabilzation and then planting several shrubs and groundcovers. Has anyone ever seen a detail of installing…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by mark foster Mar 16, 2012.

Professional Work in Portfolios
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Hey everyone,I graduated a couple of years ago and I'd like to update my portfolio with some examples of professional work. Like many other entry-level persons, I'm not typically the one doing most…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sara Donohoe Mar 8, 2012.

Digital Portfolios
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Hi all,Lately I've been thinking of creating a digital/online portfolio via template website makers... such as http://www.wix.com/create/website. I…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jon Quackenbush Oct 11, 2011.

 

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Profile Information

I am a...
Professional
University
University of Virginia
Current Employment:
Wiles Mensch Corporation
Website:
http://www.wilesmensch.com
LinkedIn
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/sara-runge/19/902/bbb
Other Crafts/ Interests
I enjoy sports and outdoor activity of all kinds: Running, hiking, football, soccer, golf, and long walks with my dogs just to name a few.

I love to sketch, paint, draw and render. I would say that landscapes and their relationship to architecture is one of my favorite subjects.

Sara Donohoe's Blog

SITES Professional Credentials - Would you get it?

I totally would! This would be a great way for LA's to prove their knowledge of sustainable land practices. I've been hoping that a LEED test for LA's would come out soon... maybe SITES will beat them to it!

Take the survey and let them know how you feel:

http://dirt.asla.org/2011/09/28/should-sites-offer-a-professional-credential-take-a-survey/



Posted on October 6, 2011 at 6:44am

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At 6:06am on August 29, 2012, Daniel Tal said…

Hello Sara,

I am glad the webinar was helpful. I will stay in touch. Thank you

Daniel Tal

 
 
 

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Started by Richard Freeland in GENERAL DISCUSSION. Last reply by Andrew Garulay, RLA on Saturday.

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