LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

The Laurel Group Internship Program has been designed to expose
students to a broad spectrum of office practices and procedures
related to the Landscape Architecture profession.







The ideal candidate(s) will be incoming college junior or senior pursuing a bachelor degree in Landscape Architecture. Experience with AutoCAD, MS Excel and MS Word. Experience with Sketchup and Photoshop desirable. Following an eight to ten week hands-on program, our interns will be mentored by a diverse set of individuals in our design-build firm and will be exposed to a wide range of job tasks and project types including:

  • Site Visits + Analysis
  • Construction Documents
  • Project Management
  • Office Operations
  • Planting Design
  • Cost Estimation
  • Budgeting and Estimating
  • Construction Site Observation
  • Proposal Development
  • Material Specifications
  • Design Development
  • Post Occupancy Evaluation
  • Bid Document Review
  • Irrigation Design
  • Presentation Shadowing
  • Client Contacts
  • Subcontractor Meetings
  • Design Reviews

In addition, our in-field training will include:

  • Planting
  • Masonry
  • Drainage
  • Irrigation
  • Lighting
  • Patio Furniture
  • Greenhouse Management
  • Grading
  • Pruning
  • Fertilization & Pesticides
  • Garden Center Management
  • House Plants

INTERNSHIP APPLICATION













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