WHERE DREAMS AND REALITY MEET
LANDSCAPING WITH A PURPOSE
LANDSCAPE DESIGN SERVICES IN OTTAWA
Dutch Green.ca will present a concept design after the first initial consultation. Clients will receive plans drawn up by a professional landscape architect with knowledgeable experience and a landscape construction background in the field. The designer will listen to your ideas, offer useful feedback, and draft up the landscaping and hardscaping work to be done.
After a plan has been made, a secondary meeting will be scheduled to present the project. The proposal will show your property’s full potential and beautifully integrate your ideas with the surrounding elements. Our designers resolve and vision for the finest design to compliment the environment and buildings within the property and the situated neighborhood.
THE DESIGN APPROACH TO LANDSCAPING
Dutch Green.ca’s client-centered approach to design works towards developing a design that meets the needs of the client and goes far beyond their basic expectations. The process works by holding design meetings with a seasoned landscape architect and the clientele to fully assess and identify their vision and to investigate all possible options for a final product.
Through this process, both the designer and the client come away with a plan for achieving an aesthetically pleasing and emotionally rich design that will serve as the template off of which to bring the final work to fruition throughout the various construction, planning, and logistics that will ensue.
Once the construction process is underway, the client can, at any point, request a site meeting or telephone conference with either the foreman in charge or the designer to discuss any concerns they may have or request add-ons to the project. Major design changes would require the landscape architect and the client’s approval before the construction proceeds. Once a modification or upgrade has been approved, the foreman implements the updated design in the construction schedule to ensure a smooth transition till finish.