Landscape Architect & Specifier News

APR 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 No Time to Sit Still . . . 14 Hardscapes Mastodons Made the First Highway Here: History is Preserved Through Decorative Concrete —Leah Meyer 20 Playgrounds The Adamson-Spalding Storybook Garden — Mitchell Wright, Vista Planning & Design 28 Shopper's Spotlight Lighting Products 93 Marketplace 113 Ad Index 115 Shopping & Information Request Card 132 Stewardship Retrofitting an L.A. Home — Stephanie Shermoen, RLA, and Village Nurseries 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 • Southern California Turfgrass Council • Texas Nursery and Landscape Association • American Planning 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 Association of Landscape Professionals • 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 AOLP; Sestak Lighting Design; Stephanie Shermoen, RLA; Village Nurseries; GAI Consultants' Community Solutions Group, David Gilmore PLA, MBA, Director of Landscape Architecture; StudioK1; BrightView Design Group; Clark and Green; McKay Landscape Lighting; Gustafson Guthrie Nichol; Designscapes Colorado; Mitchell Wright, Vista Planning & Design; site design group, ltd.; Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf; Ifsha Buttitta; HBB Landscape Architecture: Dean W. Koonts, ASLA; Principal, and Rachel Dotson, Senior Associate, HBB Landscape Architecture; Leah Meyer 10 Landscape Architect and Specifier News 18 Chicago Retrofits Lighting, Top 10 LA Schools for 2018, Fire-Clay Brick Trends 79 Blighted Boxwoods 80 Stormwater Grant 80 Plants Develop Resistance to Glyphosate 80 BYU Wins Collegiate Landscape Competition 80 WSU Creates Stronger Permeable Pavement 82 U.S. Drought Map Cover Photo: "Pedestrian/Cycling Bridge, Irvine, Calif.—Lighting Design by StudioK1—Landscape Architecture by BrightView Design Group & Clark and Green, p. 40 AGLOW SETTING LANDSCAPES PLUS ICONIC STRUCTURES AND ANIMATED LIGHTING PROVE INFRASTRUCTURE NEED NOT BE HUM DRUM, P. 36 THE LOFTS AT RIVER EAST, CHICAGO, P. 44 Profi le: Gustafson Guthrie Nichol Firm, Seattle—by Ifsha Buttitta for LASN, p. 24 Brawley Walkway: Reconnecting Downtown Charleston, W.V, p. 50 ON THE COVER: Pedestrian/Cycling Bridge, Irvine, Calif. —Lighting Design by StudioK1, p 40 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 04 April 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. 20 p. 14 p. 28 82 CLASS Fund 84 CELA Conference Recap 86 Bio-House 86 NRPA's "Commit to Health" Initiative 88 New Members Elected to ICPI Board 88 SiteOne Landscape Supply Acquires Landscape Centers 90 Wooden Skyscrapers 90 Contractor to Prison for DBA 92 Dockless Bike Sharing

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