Water Conservation System nearing completion at renovated ASLA HQ

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) completely renovated its Washington, D.C. headquarters in 2016 to achieve LEED Platinum.

Renamed the ASLA Center for Landscape Architecture, the headquarters now includes energy-efficient systems and practices — including improvements intended to provide higher performance in water conservation through the capture and reuse of stormwater runoff.

A new post just published in The Field, one of ASLA’s blogs, describes this new water management system now nearing completion. WaterSmart Irrigation & Water-Harvesting Enhance ASLA Center For Landscape Architecture is written by Jim Davis, ASLA, general manager of Landtech Design – Irrigation Consultants, which served as the irrigation consultants for the ASLA Center.