So, what does it take?

We take this vision seriously, and our 4-step plan helps ensure we bring that vision to reality—the right way:

  1. Programming
  2. Schematic Design
  3. Design Development
  4. Construction Drawings

In this blog post, let’s review exactly what “programming” means.

This is what we consider to be the “pre-design” phase. Excellent design requires thought, so this is a critical first step in our process.

Our team will sit down with you for 1-2 hours at your home and discuss your outdoor living project. We’ll cover everything from your dreams, to your goals, and needs. Some of our clients even give us a landscaping wish list! Together, we’ll all get clear on the scope of work, features, purpose/intent, function, and the budget. That way, we can come up with the best solution that fits your needs before we begin any work, and we can collectively all be clear on creating a shared vision.

The last thing you want before beginning a project like this is a lack of clarity. You don’t want to be understanding or interpreting a particular solution one way, while a landscaping team has their own vision that they begin working toward.

Our programming step helps ensure we get the perfect solution for you, and leave no stone unturned (get it?).

In upcoming blogs, we’ll cover the other steps in our process, as well as case studies of great projects we’ve completed in the past. In the meantime, if you have an idea or landscaping vision you want to bring to life, give us a call.






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