computer technology

Speaking the Language
As is true of many business sectors, the architecture, engineering and construction industry (commonly and conveniently abbreviated as A/E/C) has its own language – and the construction documents generated by those professionals (watershapers very definitely included) are the medium through which everyone communicates.   The challenge for watershapers is that we’ve come to the table a bit later than
Embracing Technology
For many years, I sat on the sidelines and watched others learn to use CAD to their professional advantage.   I'm a fine artist by background and training and have always had great confidence in my ability to draw freehand.  But I also yearned to become proficient with computers because I was convinced they'd streamline my work, offer me additional tools that would facilitate expansion of my business and, overall, make me a better landscape architect.  I was completely