Site visitation and consultation with you to hear your ideas and planned uses for your property. Images you have collected from various sources showing specific design elements and plants you like are extremely helpful at this stage. Think about your budget prior to our meeting so we can discuss it and meet your needs.
Survey maps, aerial photos, legal descriptions are gathered and any local ordinances that may apply to your property and the limitations thereof are reviewed. On site measurements and photographs are taken and an analysis of your sites constraints and strengths is completed.
Conceptual designs are created using many of the ideas discussed and exchanged at the initial consultation. Functional aspects of the project will also be explored early in the design process. Photographs, perspective sketches, and diagrams are used to illustate and communicate ideas to assist in the decision making process.
Your chosen conceptual design along with your suggestions and feedback are incorporated into a landscape masterplan. Construction drawings, which may include grading, layout, paving and structural details can also be developed at this time.
A landscape contractor is chosen or you can decide to do installation yourself. Bids must be obtained from the appropiate contractors for the completion of the proposed work. This is something that you can handle or, if you wish, it can be coordinated through my office.
SITE RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS
FINAL PLAN PHASE
FINAL PLAN PHASE
Envision Land Design LLC relies on a dynamic collaboration between the client and the consultant to achieve the best results for the design of your property. I can work with you to design anything from a small space to a complete master plan covering many acres. I begin by assessing the unique nature of your site and understanding your goals. The steps in the design process work us toward your goals, and whether it's concept drawings, master plans or construction drawings, the resulting plan will provide a vast amount of visual information and will accurately portray the overall feeling and look of the completed project.