LandDesign and Audubon Lifestyles Join Forces for Sustainable Development

LandDesign Inc. and Audubon Lifestyles, LLC, today announce a new strategic partnership aimed at helping businesses and municipalities to implement green design and development and build more sustainable communities.

The partnership will offer comprehensive, practical and timely assistance for clients that are committed to environmentally responsible green design and sustainable development, and creating long-term quality of life within their communities.

LandDesign has incorporated environmental sensibilities and stewardship into its projects for many years
Staff members of the two organizations have worked together on high-profile sustainable design projects such as The Sanctuary, a nature reserve lakeside community in Charlotte, North Carolina, and Hasentree Golf Community in Raleigh, North Carolina.

SOURCE: PRWeb – LandDesign and Audubon Lifestyles Join Forces for Sustainable Development.

Three Sixty Design appoints Philosophy Communications to create brand

Three Sixty Design is a landscape architecture firm specializing in site planning, landscape architecture, and sustainable appointed Philosophy Communication, Inc., a Denver-based marketing and public relations agency, to manage its new brand, including the logo and business collateral design and Web site development.

Three Sixty Design believes the practice of landscape architecture is a tool to create innovative landscape and ecological strategies for any project, independent of location or budget. Built projects connect architecture and landscape to the site through a holistic approach identifying the client and the site’s needs, resulting in healthy environments that are coherent, economical, site-specific and purposeful.

SOURCE: emediawire – Philosophy Communication Wins Three Sixty Design Account.

It’s one big battle for the brains – The Times

Chris Reay, the CEO of Engineer Placements, says the industry is especially vulnerable because engineers are in demand around the world. He says that often when he tries to contact some of the engineers on his company’s database he finds they “are now in Perth, Dubai or China”.

Also, it is not only South Africa that is suffering from a skills deficit — the whole world is affected. When it comes to the lack of technical skills, South Africa is far from alone. In the case of engineers, for example, she says that Germany needs about 8 000.

The Times – It’s one big battle for the brains

Editor – More and more people are not returning back to developed countries due to the higher cost of living, higher taxes and lack of challenging opportunities at home.

UAE among top 10 destinations for workers

UAE among top 10 destinations for workers

DUBAI: The UAE has been ranked among the top 10 preferred destinations for workers, attracting quality workforce from all over the globe with its vibrant job market, a survey has revealed.

The survey ‘Relocating For Work’, conducted by Manpower Middle East said that with the region growing as a popular destination for workers, the UAE was rated sixth among the top 10 preferred destinations, a leading gulf daily reported.

SOURCE: The Hindu Business Line : UAE among top 10 destinations for workers.

Something from Nothing – Sasaki Feaure in The Boston Globe

Why would a company want employees diving into its trash bins? Because at Sasaki Associates, one of the country’s hottest landscape and urban-design firms that’s shaping the Olympic village in Beijing, life is all about salvaging good from bad.

FOREST PARK IS A LARGE GREEN space on the northern fringes of the Beijing Olympic site, home to this summer’s Games. It may also become the defining project for this 55-year-old team of urban and strategic planners, building and landscape architects, engineers, and graphic designers that specializes in turning bad land into something special. It was back on a Sunday in July 2002 when a young landscape architect fluent in Chinese ran into the office of Sasaki Associates president Dennis Pieprz, screaming, “We won, we won.”

Read more @ the SOURCE: The Boston Globe – Something from Nothing 

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