TNASLA Conference Recap

TNASLA Conference Recap

Jeff and Steve spent last week at the TNASLA Conference. Read their top 5 moments, notes and thoughts. Steve Lukasik: We toured the Suttree Landing project (one of our designs) with the Landscape Architect and representative from the City of Knoxville along with a group of LAs attending the show. I had an opportunity to..
ASLA Releases 2017 Diversity SuperSummit Report

ASLA Releases 2017 Diversity SuperSummit Report

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) recently launched its ASLA Diversity SuperSummit 2017 Report. This report highlights action items and strategies to help increase diversity in the profession of landscape architecture. “Population growth of people of color in the United States has outpaced that of white Americans for the past two decades, and by 2043 the U.S...
Projects Far and Wide

Projects Far and Wide

WC3 Design operates with a deep belief in the value of attractive and functional yet environmentally-friendly landscapes. With decades of experience in the industry, the WC3 Design team can guide a project from initial concept through installation. It is not uncommon for WC3 to take on unique projects that require an experts eye. Some may think that irrigation is..
Rain Water Harvesting and its Importance

Rain Water Harvesting and its Importance

Click here to view the original article. The most valuable natural resource is water and most people are aware of the limited supply and importance of water especially in dry continents such as Australia or even in parts of the United States. Rainwater harvesting is a three step process involving the collection of rainwater from..
ASLA has Good News for Landscape Architects

ASLA has Good News for Landscape Architects

General business conditions contained some bright spots for landscape architecture firms during the second quarter of 2017, according to the latest American Society of Landscape Architects’ Business Quarterly survey. According to a highlight written here, firms reported a jump in billable hours, although inquiries for new work dipped slightly. Plans to hire remained steady. Firms continue to..
WC3 to Attend TNASLA Conference

WC3 to Attend TNASLA Conference

The Tennessee Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects represents over 150 practicing and affiliated members located throughout Tennessee. Through the activities and advocacy of three state sections, TNASLA works to educate the public on the benefits that the Landscape Architecture profession provides.