The design of public green areas has different requirements compared with private gardens. Apart from the obvious size difference – usually public gardens are much larger – account must be taken of the budget constraints of the contracting authority and of the needs of the garden's users – the citizens.
In addition to analysing the same elements as private garden projects - i.e. a site survey including climate conditions, size of the site and type of soil and terrain, a public project also must comply with forestry planning requirements and must include an environmental impact assessment.
Then the detailed plan is created, and is implemented by a team of professionals responsible for choice of plants and their planting, the layout of paving and pathways, installation of sprinkler and lighting systems, and the setting in place of constructed elements.
We provide out services to public authorities, constructing public green areas which are safe, orderly and easy to maintain.