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Don't miss out on these FREE sessions to earn LA CES™ credits! These learning opportunities can also be scheduled at your convenience – ask for details!

Safety in the World of Fencing


  • Learn what modification can be made to a fence system to meet standards, codes and regulations.
  • Understand different treatment methods for rust prevention in steel fences.
  • Learn about gate design options to maintain a secure installation.
  • Learn what bracket options are available to reduce on-site changes.

PANELISTS: Vaughn B. Rinner PLA, FASLA, SITES AP, Landscape Architect, VRLA | Elizabeth J. Kennedy RLA, ASLA, Principal, EKLA Studio Magdalena Aravena Incoming President for IL ASLA, Lamar Johnson Collaborative | Diana Fernandez ASLA, PLA, Associate, Sasaki | Cheri Ruane ASLA, FASLA, Vice President, Weston & Sampson’s Design Studio

Register for on-demand viewing of this live webinar that took place on November 12, 2020. Bringing together female leaders in the landscape architect field to discuss important issues in our premiere panel, Our Journey through Leadership in Landscape Architecture. In this discussion we will cover topics such as mentorship, sponsorship, seeking new leadership opportunities and last but not least navigating the COVID environment. Leadership roles for women are dis-proportionately affected even in the best of times and we hope that this panel of women will be inspiring, educational and offer tools to further advance women in landscape architecture.
  • Understand as a landscape professional how to step into more leadership roles as a woman.
  • How to identify formal/informal mentors as well as sponsors.
  • How do we advocate for stronger female leaders in our profession?
  • How do we best navigate the new environment of COVID and what the future of the profession will look like?
  • How to best work though disorienting dilemmas that we may encounter?


Educates attendees about the structural and aesthetic qualities and implementation techniques of site furnishings. We will define the term site furnishings and walk through the basics of each kind of product under this umbrella terminology. Next we will list and explain the popular materials used to make these products. Metal, wood, and recycled plastic are the most common materials but there are plenty of subsets under each. This course is designed to explain all of the benefits and limitations of each material type for both aesthetic and durability. Once we have defined all of the structural and design aspects of the products, the presentation will outline the many different project types that can be enhanced with installation of site furnishings. This will lead to an in depth conversation about traditional vs. modern design, material options and the feeling each emits, and spacing/placement of products. After we have covered design/build and application/installation of the products, we will discuss the specifics of ADA compliance according to federal regulations. The course will end with a discussion about the future of site furnishing applications. How does the smart city movement affect site furnishings? There will be room at the end for Q&A.
  • Develop an understanding of all types of site furnishings.
  • Understand the materials used in production of these products and the pros/cons of each.
  • Discuss aesthetic applications of each material and product design.
  • Discuss the many different project types that may require, or could be enhanced by, site furnishings.
  • Develop an understanding of local and national ADA standards regulations.
  • Look into the future: What are future modifications, uses, and applications of site furnishings?