Landscape Architecture

The scope of the plan may include:

1. Architectural elements such as doors, windows, entrances/exits, and permanent structures such as driveways, pavement, light posts, mail boxes, fences, decks, arbors, pergolas, retaining walls, stone work, columns & piers, patios&walks, pools, water features, hot tubs, barbeques, fireplaces and fire pits.

2. Temporary structures may include play sets, gazebos, outdoor furniture (benches, chairs, tables, and hammocks), bird baths, sculptures, vegetable gardens, dog runs, etc.

The plan is half the product. The other half is the execution of that plan in construction and installation. The success of landscape development is in the management, maintenance and sustainability of the landscape and the value it has for improving the quality of life & lifestyle of those who live, work and play in the space.