Know What Grows

Know What Grows

Part of irrigation efficiency is knowing what to water. Water conservation is on the minds of many clients because it saves them money and helps the environment along the way.  Updating sprinkler systems and designs is a great way to make sure a system is running in optimal condition. A good way to tell: is your..
What is Wrong with Landscape Architecture Today??

What is Wrong with Landscape Architecture Today??

In this article, we take a closer look at landscape architecture today and investigate just what is wrong with this profession. In current times, we cannot deny that landscape architecture is indeed a growing profession. In 2011, the National Endowment for the Arts, NEC, predicted future job prospects for several artistic occupations through to 2018 within..
April Industry Report

April Industry Report

Business conditions flattened for landscape architecture firms during the first three months of 2017, according to the newest American Society of Landscape Architects’ Business Quarterly survey. During the first quarter of this year, firms reported a dip in billable hours and hiring plans, while inquiries for new work picked up from the previous quarter.
Why Water Sense Makes Sense

Why Water Sense Makes Sense

The news is filled with stories of drought all over the country. Businesses and homeowners are becoming more aware of the benefits of water efficiency. It not only helps their pockets but the environment as well. The Green Industry is feeling its fair share of restrictions and pressure from the higher-ups. Rain Bird has recognized..
WC3 Improves Case Western Reserve University Housing

WC3 Improves Case Western Reserve University Housing

Another WC3 project was completed recently. University Circle project has a new layout, a new name, and an expanded team of developers. A 600 residential unit in University Circle of Case Western Reserve University is the first completed project of many to come. This project includes designs for an efficient irrigation system with rainwater harvesting.