It’s been another couple of busy weeks here in the office. A looming deadline has kept me away from most social media even more than ever lately. Hopefully things will lighten up in the next couple of weeks and things will slow down enough that we can remember to breathe. We’ve been working on updating our portfolio of projects that we’ve completed over the last year and should be updating them over the next few weeks, so please check back regularly for more updates.
We’ve received a couple of requests asking when we are going to host our inaugural Social Media Bootcamp. We are looking at two dates right now, either Saturday, November 12th or Saturday, November 19th. We still need to verify the availability of the host location and coordinate with the Arizona Chapter of ASLA to determine the date of their annual strategic planning meeting. Boyd is on the executive committee for the chapter and needs to attend that meeting as well. They chapter is looking at one of these two dates and as soon as they finalize their date, we will finalize ours. So stay tuned!
Finally, Boyd’s last two columns for Landscape Architect Business Magazine are available. We forgot to provide the link last week, so you can read his column here. Last week Boyd discussed the need for sometimes having to “get back to basics”. In his column he shares the story of a colleague who was shortlisted for a park project and their team built a model for the interview. We’re currently working on setting up an interview with them to discuss the project and share the process of building their model with you.
This week, Boyd reflects on growing up and planting a family garden and the values that he learned from doing so. You can read this week’s column here and please leave us a comment and let us know if you have a similar experience. We’d love to hear from you!