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How Landscaping Affects LEED Certification

Posted by E-Landscape on Oct 15, 2014 8:26:01 AM

If you are looking at LEED certification for your new or existing building, you may want to consider the part landscaping has to play in this certification. LEED or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification, is a process that is aimed to promote green building design. Therefore it makes sense that a building's landscape would contribute to the certification.

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Topics: Blog, landscaping, LEED certification, LEED

Snow Removal for Pervious Concrete

Posted by E-Landscape on Feb 1, 2012 8:26:14 AM

Pervious concrete, also known as porous, gap-graded, or enhanced porosity concrete, is concrete with reduced sand that allows water to drain through it. There are a number of benefits to the use of pervious concrete in commercial construction and as a result, it is becoming an increasingly popular material.

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Topics: pervious concrete, stormwater runoff, snow plow, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, stormwater drainage, E-Landscape, snow removal, Blog, commercial construction, LEED

LEED and What It Means to the Landscape Industry

Posted by E-Landscape on Jan 31, 2012 6:35:08 AM

Originally developed in 2,000, the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification process is intended to promote green building design, construction, operation and maintenance. Since its introduction, the LEED system has had a major influence, with LEED-certified and registered projects increasing as much as 700% per year (according to GreenBiz.com's "State of Green Business 2008")

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Topics: green building, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, landscape architecture, LEED EB, E-Landscape, landscape contractor, United States Botanical Garden, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, U.S. Green Building Council, landscape contracting, GreenBiz.com, Blog, landscaping, LEED, USGBC, American Society of Landscape Architects

Maintenance Work at Brightview South River

Posted by E-Landscape on Jan 30, 2012 5:34:28 AM

Following on our earlier work installing the landscape at the new Brightview South River senior living community, E-Landscape has now been selected to perform ongoing maintenance at the facility, located on Lee Airpark Drive in Edgewater. Brightview South River is Brightview's seventh senior living community in Maryland and its first assisted living community in Anne Arundel County. The community has 64 residences designated for assisted living and 26 in a separate wing for people with Alzheimer's disease and other cognitive impairments. The residences include studios, one-bedroom apartments and two bedroom apartments.

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Topics: Maryland, landscape, green roof, E-Landscape, energy efficiency, Anne Arundel County, Blog, senior living, Brightview South River, maintenance, The Shelter Group, landscaping, native landscaping, LEED

Landscape Installation at Brightview South River

Posted by E-Landscape on Jul 11, 2011 11:33:20 AM

This fall, the crew here at E-Landscape is excited to get started on the installation of landscaping features at the Brightview South River senior living facility in Edgewater, Maryland. Located on Lee Airpark Drive in Edgewater, the new community is Brightview's seventh senior living community in Maryland and its first assisted living community in Anne Arundel County. The community will consist of 64 Assisted Living apartments, and a 26-apartment neighborhood, known as Wellspring Village, dedicated to Alzheimer's Care.

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Topics: Maryland, commercial landscaping, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, Alzheimers, Village at Lee Airpark, E-Landscape, Harkins Builders, Anne Arundel County, assisted living, Edgewater, Lee Airpark, Wellspring Village, Blog, senior living, Brightview South River, The Shelter Group, LEED

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