After having a phone consultation to learn about the design process and services an on-site consultation will be scheduled. The on-site consultation is our chance to see your property in person and get to know your goals and dreams for the space. After evaluating the scope and services needed a design proposal will be provided.
Upon approval of the design proposal site measurements, elevation grades, and photos will be taken to use as a base for the design. Any additional information like surveys, as-builts, easements, HOA regulations, etc that you may have about your property are very helpful.
Our second meeting will be to review the design concepts. Two conceptual layouts will be developed and presented along with idea photos for material and style options. At this meeting we will also discuss our vision for the plant pallet.
The revision stage is the most collaborative part of the design process. Selecting from the ideas presented on the conceptual designs that will be combined together to create the final layout.
The final presentation drawings will include the planting layout, lighting layout, material selections, and details of selected items as necessary. This is the last meeting in the design process. From this point the drawings can be taken to a contractor of your choice for bidding or you can have us do that for you.
Construction Consultation Services
A detailed outline of the materials needed to complete your project will be developed to solicit bids from select contractors that we have relationships with. The contractor(s) will provide their bid in our easy to evaluate format. Once the final scope has been selected, we will facilitate on-site meetings including pre-construction, material selection confirmations, and a final walk through. Through the installation process our role is to be your representative providing updates, checking on progress, fielding questions, and design oversight. Upon project completion we provide a package of maintenance guidelines and material selections. We will also check in during the first year to answer any questions you have and assist in follow up on any warranty issues that may arise.