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What We Do

We help clients articulate and implement visions for their outdoor spaces so they may enjoy their natural surroundings to the fullest.

We collaborate with municipal, institutional, commercial, and residential clients to enhance the beauty, ecology, and function of the land. We work up from below the ground to restore the natural systems, while providing attractive and sustainable amenities to support modern lifestyles.

Our landscape ethic embraces micro-climate improvement, water conservation and retention, soil enrichment and the promotion of wildlife corridors and sanctuaries. Even within the densest of urban environments, we reveal opportunities to discover, restore, and nourish natural systems.

Our services to you may include any or all these design phases:

Schematic Concepts:

One or more schematic concepts to help client visualize how space could function.

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Construction Documents & Specifications:


Complete set of documents for building and bidding project,  which may include but not be limited to proposed site plan, demolition plan, grading plan, dimensioned layout, planting plan, and details for constructing features such as walls, walkways, decks, water features, etc.

Bid Documentation & Oversight:

The complete construction document package with instructions to bidders. Review of bids may be included.

Master Planning:

Design development of final schematic concept into overall layout of program elements with connecting circulation, preliminary drainage design, hardscape areas, planting areas, and specialty areas such as walls, water features, pergolas, foot bridges, decks, lighting, etc.

Construction Supervision:

Level of oversight of project construction is largely determined by complexity of project, qualifications of installers, and clients’ preferences.

Planting Design:

Detailed layout and planting instructions with trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants identified by common and botanical name, quantities, spacing, desirable size at planting, and specimen notations.

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