October 10th & 11th  |  9:00 AM — 3:00 PM  |  Long Beach Convention Center

Wednesday, October 10th: 8:00 - 9:30 AM

From Takeoffs to Construction
by Greg Zoll
CEUs applied for: APLD, NALP, PGMS

An Introduction to Reading Landscape Plans for Construction

Class objectives
• Gain a basic understanding of: Tree Protection Plans, Demolition and Removal Plans, Construction Plans, Irrigations Plans, Planting Plans, and construction details.
• Learn to read and understand specifications and avoid the pitfalls of plan-detail-specification conflicts.
• Learn to use architectural and engineering scales and spreadsheet tools to perform takeoffs and construct designed elements.

TLE seminars are "more advanced than typical conference seminars."
- Adolfo Villanueva, CAM Services

Greg Zoll
Registered California Landscape Architect, ISA Certified Arborist
Landscape Dynamics

Greg is a Licensed Landscape Architect with eighteen years of experience in landscape architecture, landscape construction, landscape maintenance management, and water conservation. He received his Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from Cal Poly Pomona in 2003 where a major focus of his study was irrigation design and landscape construction methods and materials. Following graduation, Greg focused on providing a ‘smart’ and sustainable approach to landscape construction, irrigation design, and project management. His understanding of the multiple disciplines and processes involved with complex projects has given him the ability to manage effectively and provide construction management on large park and land development projects. His experience with municipal clients includes managing landscape maintenance contracts, assisting in streamlining public works field procedures, providing on-site trouble-shooting with cost effective solutions, as well as completing various scale municipal design and design-install projects.   

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