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LALos Angeles
LALouisiana (US postal abbreviation)
LALove Always
LALatin America
LALibrary Association (UK)
LALiving Area
LALocation Area
LALanguage Arts
LALane
LALimited Availability
LALeft Arm
LALancaster (UK post codes)
LALarge Animal
LALocal Authority
LALouis Armstrong (singer)
LALance Armstrong (cyclist)
LAListing Agent
LALoan Amount
LALaos
LALegislative Assembly
LALicense Application
LALoan Agreement
LALiberal Arts
LALandscape Architect
LALate Arrival
LALimited Area (security)
LALucas Arts
LALao People's Democratic Republic
LALos Alamos (publication)
LALead Acid (batteries)
LALower Alabama
LALibrary Assistant
LAAnnual Leave
LALeft Atrium (heart chamber)
LALow Alcohol (beer)
LALawrence Academy (Massachusetts, USA)
LALadies Auxiliary (VFW)
LALost Abbey (San Marcos, CA brewery)
LALow Altitude
LALegislative Affairs
LALink's Awakening (video game)
LALanthanum
LALegislative Assistant
LALinear Actuator (motors)
LALoad Allocation
LALinoleic Acid
LALauantai (Finnish: Saturday)
LALinear Analysis
LALocal Application
LALethbridge, Alberta (Canada)
LALog Analyzer (software)
LALightening Arrester (electricity)
LALaunch Approval (US NASA)
LALactobacillus Acidophilus
LALead Auditor
LALaunch Area (space centers; various locations)
LALavochkin (Soviet aircraft designer)
LALogistics Analyst
LALost Animal
LALife Assured (insurance)
LALead Agent
LALittle Athletics (QLAA)
LALymphoma Association (UK)
LALoad Address (IBM)
LALenkungsausschuss (German: steering committee)
LALinea Aerea Nacional (Lan-Chile, IATA airline code)
LALeptomeningeal Angioma (Sturge Weber syndrome)
LALewiston/Auburn, Maine
LALandscape Area (zoning)
LALightning Attack (gaming)
LALateral Area (geometry)
LALagrange Academy (LaGrange, GA)
LALink Adaptation (wireless communications)
LALow Approach
LALaboratory of Anthropology (Museum of New Mexico)
LALetter of Authority
LALaser Annealing
LALocal Alarm
LALine Adapter
LALumen Area
LALight Assist (nursing)
LALeukotriene Antagonist
LALearning Aptitude
LALength-For-Age
LALiverpool Arms (UK)
LALow-Alarm
LALevel Absolute
LALeap Attack (Diablo II game)
LALegend Arena (online game)
LALaboratorios América (Correction! Guatemala Central America)
LALlama Alliance (gaming clan)
LALocator Arm
LALupic Anticoagulant
LALetter of Activation
LALow Angle Detachment Zone
LALinguoaxial
LALaboratorios América SA (Spanish, Colombia)
LALicensie d'Arts
LALinear Adaline Algorithm
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a landscape architect, when the landscape architect is a subconsultant to the architect) is to be through architects.
The landscape architect is the client's representative from beginning to end, and normally has the right of final approval when the installation is complete.
Fischer, RLA, is a landscape architect in FHWA's Office of Human Environment, which is a part of the Planning and Environment Core Business Unit.
Why does the link between the ecological awareness of the environmentalist and the graceful execution of the landscape architect so seldom generate an alliance of their causes?
Does the landscape architect have previous experience in designing plans for nursing homes, adult congregate living facilities, assisted living facilities, adjusted daily living facilities, hospitals or other healthcare facilities?
Leonetti served as the project landscape architect and site designer for a multiphase healthcare project to develop a multimodal facility for the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium in Anchorage.
Much private landscape construction is done by firms that were personally chosen by the owner or landscape architect.
The initials ASLA indicate membershipin the American Society of Landscape Architects.
The life of a building may be forty to fifty years; the life of a landscape architect project can be so much longer than that," he says.
During the presentation, Shiblaq highlighted the basic challenges landscape architects face when designing projects.
The contract relates to the landscape architect services for new construction and modifications to existing facilities.
Velegrinis has previously worked with a variety of global practices including Woods Bagot, GCLA Landscape Architects and ICN Design International, as well as for government and municipal bodies such as Singapore's Urban Redevelopment Authority and the City Of Yarra, Melbourne, Australia.
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