You want to work with an architectural firm for your next project – but with so many options out there, how do you know which firm to choose?
Architecture and design projects are not only a financial investment, but also an investment of your time. That’s why it’s so important to work with a team of professionals who are not only a good fit for the project itself, but also fit well with you as an individual or business owner. After all, we’re going to be working with each other for the next several months! To find out if Trio Design would be a good fit for your next project, schedule a no-obligation consultation with our team! In the meantime, read on and get to know Troy Anderson, our Landscape Architect.
Troy began his career with Robert L. Marshall and Associates in the late 1990’s, which later became Trio Design. Since Troy has been with our team from the beginning, he has worn many hats. He holds a degree from Utah State University and a license in Landscape Architecture, but his talent and experience extends far beyond the exterior landscapes of our projects. When it comes to functional design, Troy is our secret weapon!
With a mind for civil engineering, he has quite the knack for making things work. In fact, his favorite aspect of his job is problem-solving.
What Troy Wants You to Know About Landscape Architecture:
Most people hear “Landscape Architecture” and automatically think about “landscaping” – mowing lawns, trimming hedges, etc. In reality, the two are very different. Troy says his job has little to do with these, and a LOT to do with the functionality of an outdoor space. If you would like to learn more about what a landscape architect can help you with, check out our recent blog post on exactly that!
When we are faced with a project that has an old irrigation system, Troy knows how to have it replaced correctly and efficiently. If the water supply to a field or grassy area is insufficient, leading to dead spots, Troy’s on it. He may be a bit more behind-the-scenes, but his skills are of the utmost importance for each of our projects.
When he’s not at work, Troy enjoys hanging out with his wife and four great kids, spending time outdoors or working on home-improvement projects.