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By: Groundworksdesign  09-12-2011

The essential questions are:
  • What is available, and how well does that serve the interested parties?
  • What is the best way to improve upon the situation?

Sites have many existing considerations: topography, inhabitants, activities, viewsheds, external influences, etc. Similarly, resources come in many different forms: visitors, habitats, privacy, signage, networks, and funding for example.

We have the experience to prepare site inventories with an open mind and an objective eye. This is followed by an analysis of the best means to balance the wants and needs of the client, the site, and all those associated with the site. To make the process and the conclusions clear, presentations are prepared with all the necessary spreadsheets, photographs, illustrations, and plans.

For projects with a particular need for environmental analysis, we collaborate with the expertise of Ross D. James, PhD. Mr. James is widely recognized as one of Ontario's most knowledgeable ornithologists and he is actively consulting in the field of ecology throughout Ontario and certain parts of Canada.

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Whether this entails a single home-owner or an entire municipality, we'll make sure all the important questions are answered in order to develop a vision that is attractive, efficient, feasible, and sustainable. This process takes the analysis for a site, projects into the future, and fills in all the gaps. The participation of the client and all the interested parties is crucial for this process.