Landscape Architecture

Most people think landscape architectural design only involves plant material, but it is much more than that. Each design considers the building’s relationships to the site, flow of vehicular and pedestrian traffic, site’s grading and hardscape, and desired use of the space. In addition to designing with the end user in mind, our landscape architects specialize in designing sites for ease of maintenance and operation. We identify and resolve any challenges from the start, which ultimately saves our clients’ time and money. Our team understands that landscape architecture is just one piece of the puzzle. We are proud of the way we collaborate with all disciplines to contribute to each project’s overall success.

Landscape Architectural Services

  • Amenity Design
  • Bidding Assistance 
  • Bike/Pedestrian Improvements 
  • Bioswale Design 
  • Conceptual Design Layouts 
  • Construction Administration 
  • Construction Documents 
  • Cost Estimation 
  • Entry Feature Design 
  • Existing Site Renovation 
  • Grading and Erosion Control Design 
  • Hardscape Design 
  • Irrigation Design 
  • Landscape Buffer Plans 
  • Master Planning 
  • Natural Resource Preservation 
  • Park Design 
  • Permitting 
  • Planting Plans 
  • Project Management
  • Project Management 
  • Public Involvement 
  • Reforestation Replacement Plans 
  • Sports Field Design 
  • Site Analyses and Feasibility Studies 
  • Site Renderings 
  • Streetscape Design 
  • Sustainable Design 
  • Trail Design 
  • Tree Protection 

Client Testimonials

“Foresite Group has a wide variety of experienced staff that work efficiently providing very responsive and solid services. Their design staff are familiar with our department standards, our construction program, and maintenance operations.”  

Web Icons-08 - Bette Conaway, 
Gwinnett Co. Parks + Recreation 
“Foresite Group is great to work with because they think outside of their role as landscape architects. They understand the construction process and make sure their projects are sustainable even after the contractor has left the site.”  

- Jerry Young, 
Georgia Institute of Technology