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Business Listing   All Phase Landscape Contractors & Maintenance - Dover, NJ - Phone: (862) 260-6049


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Helpful Definition for: Landscape Designers

There are landscape designers for hire in Dover. This is a profession in which nature and natural beauty is managed and designed with the help of artificial equipment. The designer focuses on two levels of design- an integrated master plan for the entire landscape of the property, and the specific garden design for the grounds in the property. The various considerations involved in this field of design include architecture and geography, soils and civil engineering, surveying, landscape contracting, botany, and artisanal elements. A designer has a holistic view of the project, starting from conceptualization to construction. Many areas of work of a landscape designer overlaps with that of a landscape architect. The various considerations that a designer has to keep in mind are the client's specific needs and demands, esthetic considerations, placement considerations, property safety and security, construction detailing and space considerations. They may also focus specifically on garden layout and design. The designer in Dover may be an independent professional, or may be attached to a design agency. Landscape designs can be done for various properties, such as residence, bungalows, corporate, hotels, industry, institutes.

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