How to improve the disconnect between Design, Construction and Maintenance

by Terri Maguire | On Demand

CEUs/PDHs: (* CEU's Pending) Credits: LACES 1,APLD 1,PGMS 1,NALP 1,QWEL 1


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Webinar Description:
Our goal in the landscape industry is to provide an attractive, sustainable project that we can be proud to go back and photograph. A project where we get referrals from the client and where we can be confident that we've done our best to best stewards for our planet and its' resources. Learn which trees and other plant material are becoming inappropriate and why. How irrigation and soil can make or break your project. Learn the importance of setting expectations and the importance of education. Discover the challenges that your trade can create for the next trade in line, and how to mitigate those challenges. The goal of this webinar is to highlight the challenges that each trade brings to a project so that we can discover ways to be better together.

Learning Objectives:
1. Who are all the players involved in a landscape project?
2. Understanding the typical job challenges created by those players from inception to completion and beyond.
3. Discover specific ways to mitigate those challenges.


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Terri Maguire

A Bachelor's degree in Design led me into a sales position that had nothing to do with design. Playing around at gardening with no knowledge led me to killing a lot of plants, which led me to taking horticulture classes. A certificate in Horticulture, and Landscape architecture gave me the courage to start my own landscape design business. My frustration with the installation and maintenance side prompted me to move into the maintenance part of the landscape industry to see if I could affect change by training and sharing my knowledge. I obtained my Qualified applicators license, 2 Landscape Technician Certifications and then my Arborist Certification. 26 years later I'm still passionate about the importance of training and sharing information in the hopes of improving industry standards with the labor force.