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Why Cloud-based Central Management is Crucial to Effectively Monitor and Manage Water

An informational webinar for landscape architects and irrigation designers

Hear about the benefits and tradeoffs of cloud-based central irrigation management from two seasoned pros: a Landscape Architect and an Irrigation Designer. They’ll discuss what works, what doesn’t and what to look for.

During this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • What central management is all about and how your clients can benefit
  • Tradeoffs with central management
  • What to look for in today’s products
  • Real-life examples describing what works and what doesn’t

Whether you primarily design brand new water-conscious landscapes or retrofit older sites, this is the webinar for you.

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Scott Horsley, Principal, Scott Horsley & Associates

 With 20 years of landscape architectural work, Scott brings a variety of experience in landscape management, giving him the ability to plan for the long-term success of projects. Scott’s strong personnel management and motivational skills have provided mentorship at all levels and has helped make projects more efficient. In the field, Scott represents clients to make sure the landscape is implemented with strong craftsmanship and is true to the design. His work includes award-winning and technically challenging projects in a variety of project types. In addition, his construction industry knowledge, ability to manage people, effective communication and overall team leadership combine to provide a responsive and efficient partner service.

Doug Macdonald, Principal, Aqua Engineering

Doug Macdonald has over 30 years of professional experience in the landscape and irrigation industry. He is currently a principal and vice president of Aqua Engineering, and manages the firm’s Phoenix office and desert southwest clientele. Doug’s expertise includes irrigation design, alternative water source development, and LEED consulting services, with responsibilities including project management, concept design through construction documents, and construction observation. He specializes in providing innovative solutions for large municipal and regional parks, sports and athletic fields, corporate campuses, and streetscapes. Doug served as the National President of the American Society of Irrigation Consultants (ASIC). In 2015, Doug was honored with Fellow Status by the Society.