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STREAM DAYLIGHTING RESTORATION AS GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE: A VISUAL PREFERENCE SURVEY FOR THE FUTURE REVITALIZATION OF DALLAS' MILL CREEK
The purpose of this research is to study the visual design elements of stream daylighting through a visual preference survey and apply them to a site along the Mill Creek flowline in Dallas, Texas. This research begins ...
Community Perceptions of Golf Course Landscapes: Lessons Learned from Arlington, Texas Case Studies
The purpose of this study is to identify the resident perceptions of golf course landscapes in communities around golf courses within Arlington, Texas. It specifically focuses on the residents’ feelings evoked by the golf ...
Detailed cost estimation for landscape architecture: an indicator of final construction costs in the DFW metropolitan area
This thesis uses quantitative research methods to study detailed cost estimating to determine how accurately this estimating procedure helps landscape architects forecast construction costs in the Dallas - Fort Worth ...
Perceptions of Thermal Comfort: Landscape Design Attributes Based on The Shops At La Cantera in San Antonio, Texas
The focus of this thesis was to understand people’s perceptions of thermal comfort. Understanding design attributes that affect thermal comfort in outdoor spaces is necessary, as it will have a major influence on the ...