Justin Roger Burns

  • i sent you a comment on your wall talking about minimalist design, however i have herd it defined in a different way- in which it is not at all natural and is a design in which minimual work (low maintanence) is required, after reading this i am know under the understanding that your definition of minimalist is that of minimual (lack of) design -…[Read more]

  • iT IS MOSTLY CULLET DISPOSAL AND HEAVY METALS (LEAD), MOST OTHER CONTAMINENTS WHERE FULLY REMOVED. I WAS ACTUALLY INTERESTED IN BIO – PHYRO REMEDIATIONS BUT HAD NOT FOUND A GREAT DEAL OF INFO ON THEM.

  • Ya i defentenly plan on trying to use Bioretention techniques, but this is not a exectly a mitigation techniques it is a stormwater solution, i need some way to extract or mitigate the heavy metals that are with in the soil and water on site, bioretention will help in preventing them to go to the stream but then they are still on site in the soil.

  • i am a landscape architecture student working on my senior project, which is a brownfield site ( old glass manufacture), and curious to see if any one had unique design, mitigation techniques and or a case study i should look in to.

  • I am a landscape architecture student working on my senior project, which is a brownfield site ( old glass manufacture), and curious to see if any one had unique design, mitigation techniques and or a case study i should look in to.

  • Justin Roger Burns posted an update in the group Group logo of DESIGNDESIGN 10 years, 4 months ago

    i am a landscape architecture student working on my senior project, which is a brownfield site ( old glass manufacture), and curious to see if any one had unique design, mitigation techniques and or a case study or to i should look in to.

  • I am currently working on my senior cap stone B.S. – LA project , which is a brownfield site ( old glass manufacture). I was curious to see if any one had any unique mitigation techniques or could refer me to a few good case studies.

  • I am a landscape architect student getting ready to graduate in may from West Virginia University, i am from the Washington D.C. metro Area. I am very interested in working in China when i graduate, does anyone have names of firms i should look in to?

  • I am currently finishing up my last year of a B.S Landscape Architecture at West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV. I am from the Northern Virginia, have worked in all forms of the field from nursery sales, installation, inspection, and design. I aspire to be a master at my skill. I would like to design Sustainable Urban Sites, with creative,…[Read more]

  • Lets Go Mountainneers!!!!

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