EVL384 - Landscape Construction

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Subject Title
Landscape Construction

Subject Description
Landscapes are a major component of our outside environment, whether it be a boardwalk or a water feature in a residential garden. With hard landscape materials being a costly portion of our landscapes, careful selection and proper installation is a priority. This course will cover landscape materials and installation methods commonly used in landscape construction. The use of the laser level will also be covered.

Credit Status
One Credit

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Understand the basic materials and tools utilized in the landscape construction industry.
2.  Recommend specific landscape treatments for certain applications
3.  Assess the treatments required for landscapes whether they are new installations or repair of areas needing corrective repair.

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