How do we as practitioners hold ourselves to higher standards of stewardship? This session examines the transitions from design and documentation to maintenance and management, including examples of construction documentation, specifications, and management plans as powerful tools for stewarding dynamic landscapes.
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. Examine strategies for representing changes in landscape over time and anticipating maintenance / management requirements. 2. Learn how to advocate for maintenance / management budgets from project inception. 3. Compare methodologies of construction documentation, enhanced specifications, and management plans to ensure successful project stewardship. 4. Explore approaches to collaboration with owner facilities and maintenance personnel to achieve successful project longevity.
Meg Griscom, ASLA; Thomas R.. Ryan, FASLA; Tim Marshall, FASLA; Annette Wilkus, FASLA;
American Society of Landscape Architects