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What is a Landscape Architect?
A Landscape Architect (RLA) is a registered or licensed professional who has completed extensive education, apprenticeship and taken a comprehensive examination. WCA holds registration in Conneticut and Massachusetts.
What is a Landscape Architect qualified to do?
Landscape architects are qualified to design and professionally stamp
construction plans and details including:
What does a Landscape Architect do?
We prepare schematic design and design development drawings, leading to construction documents & specifications. We often manage local project approvals, and regularly assist in bidding management and construction inspection services. WCA represents client interests from initiation to successful project completion.
Why engage the services of a Landscape Architect?
We live in a world where correcting an unnecessary stone wall, or a drive that is poorly located or a terrace that is too large can equate to or exceed the cumulative fees a landscape architect may charge. For this reason and more, landscape architects are essential to the client and project.