Landscape design professionals, there are a variety of sessions planned just for you to attend and participate in at this year’s Vectorworks Design Summit. Take a look at some of the landscape-specific programming we have scheduled, and get ready to be inspired!
Edamarie Mattei, Backyard Bounty
Using Vectorworks to Help Grow a Design Build Firm
Edamarie Mattei, NOFA Certified Organic Land Care Professional
Every company wants to grow, but growth brings its own challenges. For firms that experience growth near 50% per year, it becomes increasingly difficult to maintain happy clients, manage the expanding workload, and make sure the firm’s project workflows stay consistent and efficient. In this session, Edamarie Mattei, owner of Backyard Bounty, will share how her small D.C.-area landscape design/build firm, which moved from hand-drawing to Vectorworks, continues to maintain preferred design standards and workflows to stay efficient, communicate well, and encourage innovative approaches.
Danilo Maffei, Maffei Landscape Design LLC
3D Modeling for Landscape Analysis
Danilo Maffei, APLD PCH
Landscape Designer Danilo Maffei from Maffei Landscape Design, LLC will show you how to leverage the power of solar, terrain, building, and landscape object modeling to better analyze site conditions, advise clients, and validate design choices. This training session will focus on using site modeling, the Heliodon tool, and Saved Views feature to create useful and compelling reports and exhibits, for both internal use and making presentations to clients.
Bryan Goff, Grey Leaf Design, and Eric Berg, Pacific Coast Land Design
Efficient Irrigation Design: Leveraging Vectorworks’ BIM and SIM Tools for Smarter, More Intelligent Workflows
Bryan Goff and Eric Berg, RLA LEED AP
This presentation, with Bryan Goff of Grey Leaf Design and Eric Berg, senior associate at Pacific Coast Land Design, will navigate the irrigation design tools and workflows Vectorworks offers that empower designers to create more efficient irrigation systems. The session will include a general file takeaway, giving attendees a head start in their irrigation design workflows.
Martyn Horne, Vectorworks, Inc.
Understanding LODS in BIM
LOD is an acronym for describing the level of development of a digital model, whether it’s a Building Information Model or a more general 3D modeled building and/or site. In this session, Vectorworks Director of Digital Practice Strategy Martyn Horne will explain the concept of LOD and its practical application for building and site designers in Vectorworks. The session will include the definitions as set out in the BIM standards provided by the US, UK, and around the world.
Stephen Schrader, Holcombe Norton Partners
Collaborative Workflows for Landscape Architects
Stephen Schrader, PLA, ASLA, CLARB Certified
Using case studies, landscape architect Stephen Schrader of Holcombe Norton Partners will show how to set up drawing files to streamline updating civil site plans and architectural plans, how to employ smart tools for site planning and detailed project design development, and how to set up worksheets to extract data from smart objects to prepare cost estimates and determine compliance with green codes and LEED credits.
View the full list of sessions and speakers here.
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