Onsite Consultation

  • On site meeting with one of our landscape designers.
  • Discuss your vision, requests and potential for your property.
  • Assess scope of work.
  • Design fee quoted.

With defined project components from our consultation, we’ll create a set of project drawings.  Depending on the complexity and scope, these may include design concept, computer-generated renderings, 3D illustrations,  technical construction and permit drawings.

Base Plan/Site Analysis

  • Preparation of a base plan using information taken from the plat of survey and actual measurements.
  •  Inventory of the site for the type and condition of existing elevations, plant materials, soil and other site features, such as topography and important views.
  •  Location of public utilities, boundary lines & easement locations.
  •  Photographs of the site for reference throughout the project.

Design Concept

Formulation of design ideas, creation of scaled ground plans, and sketches defining the general concept of landscape design for the property.


  • Layout of the planting beds and possible plant material to be used
  • Overall layout of all hardscape surfaces.
  • Layout of all necessary retaining walls and steps.
  • “Budget Study” based on the Concept Plan.

Onsite Consultation

  • Revisions to drawings after approval of the Concept Plan and preparation of other necessary drawings.
  • The layout of hard surfaces and structures defining dimensions and materials to be used;
  • Layout of all planting beds identifying names and locations for all proposed, existing and transplanted plant material;
  • Detailed Plant List specifying plants by botanical name, common name, quantity and sizes based on the design. Color photographs of the plants used (optional).
  • Concept elevations and/or pictures illustrating design ideas for architectural structures such us gazebos, pergolas, sheds, pool houses, decorative walls, screens, etc.;
    • Grading plan;
    • Drainage plan;
    • Lighting plan;
  • Coordinating the work designed by other consultants and specialists;
  • Preparation electronic drawings suitable for relevant authority submission. (Permits applications and meetings);
  • Perspective (3D) drawings and illustrations for better visualization

Technical Documentation

Construction Drawings

Preparation of electronic drawings suitable for implementation purposes, which will include:

  • Construction drawings, details, specifications, tender documents and pretender cost estimates.
    The Structural Engineer will take responsibility for the relevant structural aspects of   the design, including foundations, concrete floor slabs, retaining wall etc.
  • Co-ordination with the relevant consultants, engineers and architects;

Project Administration (optional)

  • Periodic construction review and reports necessary to ensure that the work is being carried out in accordance with the design and contract documents;
  • Assistance in material selection, ie. plants, rockery stones, material sourcing, etc.
  • Preparing a short list of trusted contractors to be invited for bidding. Making recommendations to the client.
  • Plant materials selection and placing an order to make sure that the right quality plant is purchased.

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