Landscape Architect & Specifier News

AUG 2018

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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12 Publisher's Letter The Summer is Almost Over . . 14 Hardscapes Natural Accents 20 Playgrounds Greensboro Children's Museum Playground 24 Shopper's Spotlight Area/Street Lighting 28 Q&A with the Experts 108 Marketplace 129 Ad Index 131 Shopping & Information Request Card 148 Stewardship Growing Community Collaboration LASN and/or the publisher supports the following associations through either the payment of dues, discounted advertising or paid trade show exhibit space: American Fence Association • International Erosion Control Association • Texas Nursery and Landscape Association • American Society of Landscape Architects • Building Industry Association • Golf Course Superintendents Association of America • Green Industry Hall of Fame • International Dark Sky Association • Irrigation Association • Landscape Architecture Foundation • CLASS Fund • National Recreation and Parks Association • National Trust for Historic Preservation • Professional Grounds Management Society • Sierra Club • Arbor Day Foundation • Smithsonian • The Nature Conservancy • International Society of Arboriculture Editorial Contributors Kelly Dooley, Lorax Design Group; Shawn Burch, STB Landscape Architects, Inc.; Troy Henningson, HDR; Jenna Jones, site design group, ltd.; Steve Watt, Landworks Studio; Adrienne Harrison, Rick Harrison Site Design; Lukas Steinke, Berliner Seilfabrik; Mary Beth Faller, Arizona State University; Mark Slichter, ASLA, Callander Associates 10 Landscape Architect and Specifier News 92 NALP and AmericanHort 92 New IES President 92 NRPA's 2018 Conference 94 Assistant Professor Awarded 94 ABI Remains Positive 96 ASLA SoCal Opposes Bill 96 ASU Grad Plants Trees 98 Pool Safely 98 ASLA Joins Careers Platform Cover Photo: For Plattsmouth, Nebraska's Main Street District, HDR worked to improve pedestrian safety and make it an entertainment destination. The design included a sound system and decorations to highlight this historic neighborhood. STREETSCAPES SPECTACULAR PLUS FROM EMPTY TO PLENTY, REPURPOSING AN ALLEYWAY, P 50 NRPA SALARY SURVEY, P 107 ON THE COVER: Jewel of the Platte, HDR, p 70 Coving, An Innovative Streetscape Design, Rick Harrison Site Design, p 52 Streets of the Future, p 56 w w w . l a n d s c a p e o n l i n e . c o m THE INDUSTRY TRADE MAGAZINE FOR COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE SPECIFIERS NATIONWIDE! Volume 34, Number 08 August 2018 departments | news | marketplace c o n t e n t s departments news Find Us Online: @LandscapeASN @LASNMagazine @Landscape Architect and Specifier News @LandscapeASN p. 24 p. 20 p. 14 100 LAF Honors Case Studies 100 L.A. Tree Grant 102 NCASLA Student Awards 102 Texas ASLA 2019 Speakers 104 Monthly Construction Starts 104 1st Half Nonresidential Starts 106 A New Education Provider 107 NRPA Salary Survey

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