I feel that our web site probably answers most questions.
Providing what the client wants and much more.
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1. It is a must, that myself and the potential client converse on the telephone enough to know what is desired by them and what we as lanscape architects do. At that point I ask them to view my web site.
2. If the web site strikes a good cord, we discuss our design fees, which are hourly and based on the scope of work.
3. If we are all still on the same page. we get together at the site, re-hash what we have pevioously discussed, search out what they can provide, such as plot plans , utilities, grading etc. From there we firm up a final proposal.
4. We then prepare a base plan, by field measuring what was not available from the client, and submit a master plan for approval by the client.
5. Final plans are then prepared for bidding and installation.
6. Inspection services are available If desired.
7. A final walk through is available if desired.
8. Say our goodbyes when the client is satisfied.
This is best answered in our web site.
I prefer to discuss fees with the potential client.
This is best answered in our web site
1. In my particular case, I think the client should want a design that would not only paciify their needs but draw compliments from friends, neighbors and those passing by.
1. Do you really need a landscape arcitect?
2. If need be, how could a project be phased out esthetically?
3 The amount of maintenance required
5. Be open minded, because it is a designers job to provide a solution to the cliients needs that may be far better than they have in mind.