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Our Design Team had training day yesterday with Topcon Robotic Total Station which is a company that provides equipment to be used for site measuring & surveying.
With this new equipment our site measuring will be done more efficiently and accurately.
‘The Dirt’ news feed for residential design articles
“Fire pits — which are portable or permanent troughs or bowls that contain the flames — are expected to be the most popular outdoor design element this year, according to a survey from the American Society of Landscape Architects.” – The Los Angeles Times 9/1/16
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