Eric Galvin
  • 37, Male
  • Norfolk, Virginia
  • United States

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Anyone have experience with pavers that dont get hot?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Gregg Spadaro Jul 16, 2015.

Correct Initials for a Licensed Landscape Architect
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Tosh K Oct 10, 2013.

 

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Gregg Spadaro replied to Eric Galvin's discussion 'Anyone have experience with pavers that dont get hot?'
"Take a look at tumbled marble. It sounds expensive but it is in line with the cost of travertine. I have used around pool decks but never for driveway applications. Depending on location/climate, soil conditions, and vehicular load I would suspect…"
Jul 16, 2015
Liz Duer replied to Eric Galvin's discussion 'Anyone have experience with pavers that dont get hot?'
"Natural stone is the best for not retaining heat, travertine, or light colored limestone are good options...though for driveways those get expensive."
Jul 6, 2015
Andrew Garulay, RLA replied to Eric Galvin's discussion 'Anyone have experience with pavers that dont get hot?'
"There are light colored granite colors much more available in the last few years. I have not seen travertine used in a driveway situation, so I don't know how well it will hold up."
Jul 1, 2015
Dave McCorquodale replied to Eric Galvin's discussion 'Anyone have experience with pavers that dont get hot?'
"Travertine would be at or near the top of my list..."
Jul 1, 2015
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Tosh K replied to Eric Galvin's discussion 'Correct Initials for a Licensed Landscape Architect'
"Congrats, and welcome to the club.  I normally don't use initials after my name - my email has my title 'landscape architect', but I've left it off my business card.  I figure anyone who needs to know if I have the…"
Oct 10, 2013
Tosh K replied to Eric Galvin's discussion 'Correct Initials for a Licensed Landscape Architect'
"Pretty sure licensure is a state jurisdiction and not federal, so don't hold your breath on Congress intervening (even if they were a more organized bunch).  It's up to professionals to get their own act together - and it seems from…"
Oct 10, 2013
Xpat Larki replied to Eric Galvin's discussion 'Correct Initials for a Licensed Landscape Architect'
"Just be sure not to use PLA whenever you are in China as it stands for People’s Liberation Army :) Next thing you’ll know is that they’ll be asking for your rank and division:) Congrats anyway:)"
Oct 9, 2013

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I am a...
Landscape Designer, Other
University
Graduated 2004 with a Bachelors in Landscape Architecture from Virginia Tech, and an Associates in Art from TCC
Current Employment:
Land Planning Solutions
Website:
http://www.landplanningsolutions.com/
Favorite Designers
Playground designers throughout history.
Other Crafts/ Interests
Painting, 3d Modeling, Pen and Ink Rendering

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At 12:10am on January 5, 2009, John Black said…
Eric, your graphics are gorgeous. I enjoyed your blog post on your process and would love to read more in future posts about how you manipulate your drawings after scanning them.
At 8:25pm on December 15, 2008, Margaret Ryan said…
Hi Eric, I'd like to get in touch with you regarding some a playground topic for your blog. But I can't find your email anywhere! I work in the playground industry (and I am a fellow Virginian!) You can reach me at Margaret@pdplay.com
At 2:56am on November 2, 2008, panadorn soontornyart said…
hello....Eric ,
.......VERY very very GOOD WORK....
At 3:40pm on August 26, 2008, Brandon Reed said…
VERY GOOD WORK!

Great Graphic Style!
At 12:55pm on June 16, 2008, Brian Ray said…
Hi Eric -

Good luck with your process to expand your practice. It's an uphill battle, but worth it.
At 5:39pm on June 10, 2008, Tracey said…
Thanks for the feedback on my question - appreciate it!
At 9:05pm on May 12, 2008, Rick Anderson said…
Thanks for the props, I appreciate it. I look forward to diving into for
um(s) at some point, hope you guys will take at easy on me.
At 3:43pm on May 12, 2008, Andrew Spiering said…
Eric,
For whatever reason, the links you have under "favorite resources" are not linking properly. I added a few more web links in the profile questions, so you can link to your favorite blogs there.
Thanks!
At 9:06am on May 5, 2008, Andrew Spiering said…
Eric,

Your wish has been granted! There is a new category in the Forum called, "Exams", where you can post your questions regarding LARE.
Hope this helps in your preparation...
 
 
 

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