Designer - Landscape
See also Architect - Landscape
Name: Mr Glen Shaw, GS Heritage
Address: PO Box 4540, Hobart TAS 7001
Mobile: 0431 874 726
At GS Heritage we are well placed to provide heritage assessments, heritage studies, impact assessments, conservation planning services that are closely and efficiently integrated with the wider planning and development process. We also have interpretive planning and input into broader environmental assessments.
Operates: State wide
Name: Dr Jermey Ash, Heartwood Heritage Services
Address: 4 Vicary Street, Triabunna TAS 7190
Mobile: 0412 839 354
Heartwood Heritage Services is a Tasmanian-based company offering archaeologocial and cultural heritage services. Our well-regarded and multidisciplinary team provide specialist heritage services in archaeological heritage assessment, archival research and outreach to deliver best-practice outcomes for communities, government agencies, industry, universities and not-for-profits.
Operates: State wide
Name: Mr Kevin Mullins, Mud Landscape and Urban Design
Address: 129 Cascade Road, South Hobart TAS 7000
Mobile: 0417 745 125
Mud Landscape and Urban Design pushes the boundaries with innovative design solutions accompanied by professionalism, and that vital personal touch. Kevin Mullins has a diverse design portfolio and has worked on numerous projects Australia-wide and abroad. Having over 13 years in the landscape industry, Kevin has expertise in horticulture, landscape construction, landscape design & documentation, graphic representation, tendering and project management. Kevin's career began in the landscape construction and maintenance field and this formed a solid foundation for his current design profession and allows for correct plant and material selection to ensure the long-term maintenance management of the site is maintained. Kevin's claim to fame is when he worked as the landscape designer and researcher for Better Homes & Gardens TV and Magazine where he got to work closely with Graham Ross and the rest of the team. His involvement led to the production of numerous stories and garden makeovers, which featured on the screen as well as in print. This combination of skills forms a solid foundation for Mud, which prides itself on its professionalism along with its willingness to undertake a sustainable approach. Mud provides landscape and urban design consultation services for a wide-range of projects from small-scale courtyards through to large-scale sub-divisions and master planning. Each new project is viewed as unique with its own individual requirements. Mud works at maximising the design to link in with its surrounding landforms and structural elements.
Operates: State wide
Name: Mr Lindsay Campbell, Lindsay Campbell Landscape Services
Address: PO Box 22, Woodbridge TAS 7162
Phone: 6295 1255
Mobile: 0438 851 255
Lindsay Campbell has experience in assessing, designing and
organising construction of gardens in historically important houses &
buildings. Areas of involvement include: assessing the health & layout
of existing gardens; designing amendments to existing gardens &
garden structures; creating new gardens & garden structures; and providing
advice to clients & contractors during construction.
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