Landscape Design Documentation: Strategies for Plan Checking and Quality Control

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Wiley, May 22, 2006 - Architecture - 256 pages
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This practical guide to the business side of landscape design helps minimize errors and improve both productivity and profits. Developed specifically for landscape architects, Landscape Design Documentation includes detailed plan checking, quality control information, case studies and tools for every aspect of the business, including company structure, design process, data collection, construction, closeout, and more. This indispensable book and CD-ROM package is ideal whether you re a professional in landscape architecture, architecture, or urban planning; studying for the Landscape Architecture Registration Exam; enrolled in a professional practice, design, and construction course; or part of an agency or firm working with landscape architects.

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BRIAN T. McDONALD, ASLA, is a licensed landscape architect in Texas. He has more than twenty years of experience with diverse projects in the United States and Asia.

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