Landscape engineering is the practice of manipulating soil through grading, drainage, and other land-form processes. It is an integral part of the process for creating pleasant, functional, and structurally sound outdoor spaces. Landscape architects employ engineering knowledge when designing and building spaces to provide a variety of options for users in urban environments.
Landscape engineers are essential to the design and construction process for outdoor spaces. Their expertise helps architects create functional, safe areas that will be pleasant for people of all ages and abilities.
They are able to make suggestions on what materials might best suit a particular environment based on their knowledge in landscape architecture, civil engineering, hydraulics, environmental science, geology, or soil/pavement sciences. Landscape engineers also rely heavily on extensive experience drawing from projects they have worked with previously. This includes residential properties as well as public works such as highways and parks!
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