Surveying the Landscape Landscape

East, Ticker
Monday, April 30, 2012
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(Courtesy Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates)

Good news for landscape designers, and really for everyone.  According to the Business Quarterly survey conducted by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), the landscape profession showed improvements in key metrics which indicate the industry’s economic state of affairs. Hiring, billable hours, and new business inquiries all increased in the first quarter of 2012, showing marked improvement over the last quarter of 2011.  FQ 2012 saw 71.3 percent of firms reporting stable or improved billable hours, and 76.2 percent reported stable or improved inquiries for new work.  It’s not just good news for our parks and for our campuses, but it’s also good news for the economy overall.

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