Landscape Design

AIC Landscaping is a full service Landscape Designer specializing in Landscape Design on Long Island, New York. Serving Nassau County and Suffolk County, Long Island, NY.

Landscape Design and Construction
Landscape Beds and Planting
Paver & Stone Walkways & Steps
Paver & Stone Patios
Stone Pillars
Outdoor Kitchens

Fire Features Including Fire Rings, Fireplaces, Pizza Ovens, Etc.
Retaining Walls
Boulders (Large Rocks)
Flagstone Walls & Walkways
Drainage Lines

Ponds & Waterfalls
Landscape Lighting
Composite & Wood Deck Construction
Masonry & Concrete Construction
Surface Grading
Synthetic Putting Greens
Erosion Control

AIC Landscape Design Service, Long Island Premier, full-service landscape contractor and designer. Landscape design is the process of analysis, planning, creation and/or construction of exterior spaces utilizing plant materials and appropriate hardscape elements including incidental paving and building materials.

A professional landscape designer is an individual who is qualified through education, training and professional experience to practice landscape design for monetary compensation.

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The design process consists of the following steps:

I. Initial Consultation

The initial consultation is a process during which:

The client and designer meet to discuss the client's needs, wants and desires.

The designer assesses the site in order to identify all the essential conditions that will influence the design. This inventory includes the topography, existing site elements such as walkways, fences, etc., offsite conditions, availability and quality of light, soil, moisture, wind and existing plant material.

The designer makes general suggestions which are discussed with the client.

II. Site Measurements

Next is to take site measurements and create a base map.

III. Site Analysis

The designer makes judgments about the site conditions and determines how the design solutions should respond. For instance, should the architecture of the house determine the bed lines? What plant material, if any, should be retained? Should the topography be altered and if so, how?

The designer may then translate the judgments into an analytical diagram which shows where needs exist and where various desired elements might go. For instance, such a diagram might show where an offsite view needs to be screened or where one should be used to advantage.

IV. Preliminary Design Concepts

This stage includes the creation of preliminary design concepts:

The designer creates a functional diagram which organizes the site by linking uses that are compatible with each other while separating those that are not. This diagram creates the structure for the design.

The designer, on trace paper, creates two or three possible concepts which are based on different proportions, arrangements of elements including circulation patterns and bed lines. These concepts may be supplemented with elevation sketches so that the client bettter perceives the designer's intent.

Above all, feedback from the client at this stage is crucial.

V. Preliminary Design

The creation of a preliminary design is next:

In other words, using the feedback from the client, the designer chooses one of the concepts or incorporates parts of more than one to create the final concept.

After that, the designer then creates the design and incorporates the grading concepts, the preliminary planting plan and the placement of hardscaping elements.

VI. Final Plan

The creation of the final plan includes:

The designer meets with the client to review the preliminary design. If approved, the designer then turns the preliminary design into final copy.

The final copy of the plan should include a plant chart which denominates the botanical and common name of each plant, the quantity, and if the plan is going out for bid, the desired installation size. Similarly, The chart could also show the mature size of the plant material, bloom time, bloom color and maintenance comments.

AiC Landscaping & Designs is your premier landscape and masonry services in Long Island, NY. We specialize in outdoor landscape designs and pride ourselves in being among the best in the industry. Our staff works closely together to ensure that your project is executed with the professionalism and attention to detail you expect and deserve..

Contact Information

Phone: (516) 220-5780


Address: 266 Wood Lawn Drive
West Hempstead, New York 11552

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