Landscape Architect & Specifier News

JUN 2018

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constructed of quartzite pavers and crushed quartzite. The honeylocust trees have been planted directly into the patio in a grid where the crushed quartzite is used. This facilitates water to reach the tree roots, allowing the patio to completely encompass the grove. All of these elements together provide the Good Samaritan Society with a campus that is beautiful and functional. The spaces work together to create a relaxing and enjoyable environment that draws from the site architecture, while integrating the campus to its surroundings. Project Team Client: Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society Landscape Architect: Stockwell Engineers, Inc. Architect: Koch Hazard Architects Civil Engineer: Stockwell Engineers, Inc. Structural Engineer: Structural Engineering Associates Electrical & Lighting Engineer: Associated Consulting Engineering, Inc. Mechanical Engineer: Associated Consulting Engineering, Inc. General Contractor: Gil Haugan Construction Landscape Contractor: Landscape Garden Centers Left: The amphitheater is a natural extension of the recently renovated Jerstad Center Building. Landscape beds and large quartzite blocks retain earth and provide seating. Daylilies provide summer blooms, while 'Burning Bush' and honey locust trees provide bight and contrasting color in the fall. Nearly 140 trees and over 4,000 shrubs, perennials and ornamental grasses were planted. I n f o r m a t i o n R e q u e s t # 5 5 2 66 Landscape Architect and Specifier News

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