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What is Landscape Architecture?

Landscape Architecture involves far more than the selection of trees, shrubs, and plants. It is the design of environments for people, communities, plants, and animals. It encompasses all site types; from town squares, playgrounds, parks, and ponds, to school campuses, housing developments, and highways, to zoos and office plazas. In addition, landscape architects have a significant impact on the communities surrounding us. They are committed to the environment, incorporating sustainable designs to protect and conserve by prioritizing the use of native plant species suited to the local climate and soil conditions, integrating water-efficient design strategies such as permeable paving and bioswales, and incorporating energy-efficient tactics to reduce energy demands.

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ArcGIS Online and Cole’s Service Lines

The emergence of Geographic Information System (GIS) technology has revolutionized how engineers plan, design, build, and operate infrastructure projects. GIS leverages geographic data, spatial analysis techniques, and mapping tools to provide engineers with valuable insights into how to effectively plan, design, and implement infrastructure projects. In recent years, there has been a proliferation of GIS tools and apps that engineers can use to make more informed decisions.

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