Landscape Design and Contracting Facilities
The Landscape Design and Contracting Program is housed out of the Nutrien Agricultural Sciences building, a new state-of-the-art building completed in 2022. The Landscape Design and Contracting program has several primary use spaces named by close industry partners that create a unique learning experience for students in this program.
Philip E. Steinhauer Landscape Design and Contracting Studios
The most prominent of these spaces are the Philip E. Steinhauer Landscape Design and Contracting Studios, where students have their own dedicated work spaces to collaborate and complete projects.
Arbor Valley Environmental Horticulture Collaboration Room
Landscape Design and Contracting students also work out of the Arbor Valley Environmental Horticulture Collaboration room, where students present their projects, work with real clients and hold student club meetings.
Stihl Materials Library
STIHL Materials Library supplements hands-on learning experiences where our students can get access to construction materials, components and technical equipment.
Alpine Gardens Community Hub
Alpine Gardens Community Hub, located on the second floor of the Nutrien building, is a student centric space for gathering, lunch breaks and hosting casual networking events for students and employers alike.
All other facility spaces, including computer labs and common areas, are also available to students 24/7. We will be breaking ground on a new Outdoor Learning Lab this spring where students will have access to horticultural research space at the Agricultural Research, Development, and Education Center. The new Outdoor Learning Lab will be located at ARDEC South with access to acreage for test plantings and techniques testing.