Other than for the endless benefits green spaces offer, why are they important? With the reoccurring issue of drought sweeping many areas of the country and world, water conservation and self sustaining landscapes are of growing importance.
The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) recently released its 2018 Residential Landscape Architecture Trends Survey, which was fielded Feb. 22 through March 8. For this survey, landscape architects were asked to rate the expected popularity of a variety of 2018 residential outdoor design elements, and ASLA reports that 808 responded. The survey for this year was..
Have you heard of it? According to SustainableSites.org, “SITES is used by landscape architects, designers, engineers, architects, developers, policy-makers and others to align land development and management with innovative sustainable design.”
Steve Lukasik serves as WC3’s President. Steve began working summers during elementary school as a plumber’s assistant in the family plumbing & heating business where he learned the basics of hydraulics and piping.
We were asked to design an irrigation system for a customer who was redoing their entire property; including hardscape, landscaping and irrigation. The home owner had partnered with Garden Smart TV and agreed to film the installation in order to be used in the future as an educational show. We designed the irrigation plan prior..
Based on the results of the ASLA Business Survey for last quarter, it appears the industry is doing well. Firms are reporting consistent numbers from previous quarters and 60% say they plan to hire in the coming months.
With over 20 years of experience in landscape design, maintenance, and irrigation systems, Jeff Muhlbach started his career in the Green Industry with a degree in Landscape Architecture. His experience includes single family homes to multi-million-dollar commercial projects.