Landscape Property Management Seminars
The 13th Annual LICH Green Industry Conference and Tradeshow featured two free property management seminars on important landscape issues facing property managers – selecting a landscape contractor and inspecting their work and how to successfully manage the renovation of an original 40-year-old landscape.
Seminar 1: Renovating a 40-year-old Building Landscape
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Over 50% of Hawaii’s condominiums were built in a 10-year stretch from 1970 to 1980. Over the past 40 years the landscape grounds of these buildings have matured and been repaired countless times. Irrigation systems are less efficient and plants have become straggly or missing. Learn how to successfully renovate a 40-year-old landscape to improve irrigation efficiency, decrease water costs and increase the value of your building. Instructors: Allan Schildknecht has worked in the field of landscape irrigation design for more than 42 years. Jay Deputy is the PLANET Landscape Industry Certified Professional State Administrator for the State of Hawaii with over 40 years experience in the landscape industry and is a Director Emeritus of the Landscape Industry Council of Hawaii.
Seminar 2: Selecting Landscape Contractors and Work Inspection
1:00 am to 2:00 pm
Your building’s landscape can increase the value of your property by over 10%. Maintaining the value of your landscape is an important component of a building’s manager’s position. Learn how to select the right landscape contractor for your building. Class will include instruction on how to evaluate your existing landscape contractor’s work. Instructor: Matt Lyum, is PLANET Landscape Industry Certified Professional State Chair for the State of Hawaii with over 25 years experience in the landscape industry. His company, Performance Landscapes, maintains building grounds for many residential building associations and commercial building managers.
Videos of the Presentation: Selecting Landscape Contractors and Work Inspection
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