Ecoscape was engaged by SIA Architects to provide landscape architectural services for the Albany ANZAC Interpretive Centre including concept design, schematic detailed design and documentation for the specific landscape treatments associated with the new interpretive centre, at Mount Adelaide, in Albany. Throughout the process Ecoscape worked collaboratively with SIA architects, the consultant team and the client, to build resilience into the design of the landscape, and engaged a fire management consultant to assist in the development of a fire management specification for the site. Ecoscape provided a design outcome based upon site resilient soft and hardscape material selections that remained sympathetic to both the character and climatic conditions of the site. In accordance with vegetation surveys previously conducted by the City of Albany, and through consultation with local nurseries, emphasis has been placed upon enhancing the existing character and vegetation complexes of the site, with all plant species selections proposed by Ecoscape directly derived from species found on site; and all seeded rehabilitation and revegetation works to be undertaken with seed stock sourced from site prior to construction.
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