Land Design, Inc. is an award winning Landscape Architecture and Land Planning firm based in Montana. At the forefront of Landscape Architecture in the region, Land Design, Inc. offers complete planning, design, and construction management services throughout the Rockies. Our focus is sustainable design based on client service and client satisfaction.
Land Design, Inc. offers a creative planning and design approach that engages our clients as key members of our team. This team approach results in a creative, dynamic process that elevates project expectations and project integrity. Our projects are founded on creative planning and design balanced with budget realities and construction schedules. We offer extensive construction experience and pride ourselves in building the majority of the projects we are involved in.
IN EVERY WALK WITH NATURE ONE RECEIVES FAR MORE THAN HE SEEKS.
ANNOUNCING OUR NEW OFFICE LOCATION
Land Design, Inc. is proud to announce the groundbreaking of our new office! The building will be attached to our new 9,000 square foot greenhouse.
RECENTLY COMPLETED PROJECTS
SHILOH CONSERVATION AREA
Completed October 2014, Shiloh Conservation Area represents a new development for stormwater treatment in the City of Billings. Land Design Inc. was privileged to team on this groundbreaking project with Dowl HKM and Geum Consulting. The project consists of a series of sedimentation detention ponds, constructed wetlands cells, and open water features. These features function to trap sediment, remove unwanted nutrients from the water column and provide secondary flood detention from West End stormwater runoff. In addition, there is a trail network with educational signs so the public can learn about and enjoy the benefits of stormwater runoff management. Stop by and see what it's all about! Located West of Shiloh across the street from the new SCHEELS building.
Billings Gazette Articles
: July 27, 2014 - New West End park will provide stormwater solution, flooding prevention
: October 16, 2014 - A functional oasis: Shiloh Conservation area opens on West End