Our work in small town and urban revitalization projects has taught us that economic viability is perhaps the most critical issue facing our clientele. If our design and planning solutions are not economically sustainable then all other ideas and well-intentioned concepts rarely gain full realization.


We ask, "Is the design economically sustainable? Does it create jobs and sources of income for the community?"










  • Landscape Architecture can increase land values and therefore equity.
  • Landscape Architecture can increase tax base
  • Initial construction costs are less.
  • Banks favor cohesive neighborhood activism.
  • Landscape development is possible during slow economies.