Landscape Architecture integrates human activities and development with natural and urban environments. We are passionate about the difference thoughtful site planning and site design, using the best design practices available, can make in the built and natural environments and in the lives of people.
Developing either the natural or built environment requires a detailed knowledge of the legal, technical, environmental and regulatory constraints that impact design. Creating spaces that delight the people who inhabit them requires creativity. The landscape architects at Berkshire Design possess both the knowledge and creativity, and have the ability to develop sustainable design solutions that successfully address the complex physical, social and ecological issues inherent in a place.
We provide a full range of services including land planning, site planning, conceptual and schematic design, final construction plans and specifications, cost estimating, permitting, construction observation and post-occupancy evaluations. We are technologically advanced, and offer 3D modeling, photo simulations and 3D computer animation of our projects.
Our experience includes a wide variety of projects including parks, sports complexes, school and college campuses, residential communities, town centers and commons, greenways, private residences, corporate headquarters, commercial developments and retirement communities.
The landscape architecture services we offer include:
- Site Evaluation and Selection
- Site Analysis and Feasibility Studies
- Landscape/Site Master Planning
- Site Planning
- Open Space and Recreation Planning
- Park and Playground Design
- Streetscape Design
- Pedestrian and Bicycle Path Planning and Design
- Urban Design/Urban Redevelopments
- Commercial and Retail Site Design
- Athletic Facilities
- Campus Planning and Design
- Campus Master Planning
- Historic Landscape Inventory and Restoration
- Natural Resources Assessments, Inventories, Restoration, Preservations
- Waterfront Development
- Planned Communities, including Neo-Traditional and New Urbanism Approaches
- Aesthetic Resource Management
- Artificial and Natural Turf Systems
- Green Infrastructure Planning and Design
- Sustainability Guidelines