landscape architect

Landscape Edging: Which Variety Should I Use?

by EVstudio AEP February 6, 2019

Landscape edging is the physical barrier between two landscape surfaces, most commonly a landscape bed and turfgrass.  There is a multitude of types of landscape edging available on the market today, but how much of it is beneficial to your landscape?  I am going to […]

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Landscape Architecture available from EVstudio in Colorado

by evstudio January 17, 2019

Landscape Architecture is a necessary component for land development plan approval and building permit approval for many jurisdictions.  EV Studio provides landscape architecture along with all other related disciplines to assure quality control for your project. We work with a broad range of private and […]

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Urban Street Trees: Root Barrier

by EVstudio AEP June 15, 2018

In an urban environment, street trees are considered a necessity, but sometimes a nuisance. There are a series of considerations that should be made when incorporating street trees into the urban framework. Root Barrier: What is the most common nuisance in our historic neighborhoods in regards […]

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Pueblo Landscape Standards: Important Requirements for Landscape Architects in Pueblo

by EVstudio AEP January 20, 2017

The most recent update to the Pueblo Municipal Code is the requirement by the State of Colorado to have a landscape architect stamp for projects submitted to the City’s Building Department.  The State of Colorado signed a bill with this requirement in 2007 which most […]

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The Fulfillment of Being an Expert Witness

by EVstudio AEP June 10, 2016

A statement is made to all college students interested in the architecture or landscape architecture profession. That is that ‘they will learn more in the first month of real experience on the job during an internship or their first year out of school that they […]

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HOA Landscape Retrofit – Spacing for Planting

by EVstudio AEP July 23, 2015

I am in the process of retrofitting the foundation plantings for the Spring Creek Townhome Association in Colorado Springs.  The original landscape designer or landscape architect had specified plant material that did not fit the space it was given.  This is a common mistake with […]

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A Big Advantage to the Multidisciplinary AE Firm

by Sean O'Hara, AIA, LEED AP November 8, 2012

I’m on the board for the American Institute of Architect’s Denver Chapter and at our board meeting this evening we discussed a licensure law conflict. It appears that a few municipalities in Colorado were misinterpreting the statutes and telling architects that they are required to […]

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Pueblo Care and Rehabilitation Center Landscape and Site Planning

by EVstudio AEP October 3, 2010

EV Studio recently finalized and submitted construction document drawings for the Pueblo Care & Rehabilitation Center in Pueblo, Colorado.  The project is a retrofit to a building and site originally constructed in 1962 in South Pueblo.  The primary focus of the project for the client […]

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