I am a licensed Landscape Architect and member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, working from his Main Street studio in Park City. I excel at designing modern and contemporary spaces for desert and mountain living. I received my bachelors in landscape architecture and environmental planning from Utah State University in Logan Utah. Following twelve years of experience as a landscape contractor and designer in Salt Lake City, Utah. I obtained registration as a landscape architect in the State of Utah, and founded Bockholt Landscape Architecture in Park City, Utah.
If you ask me why I am a Landscape Architect; two things: art and nature. These two passions are what keeps me inspired; and one thing Park City has great access to is art and nature, that’s why I set up in here. I enjoy the unique vibe of Salt Lake City and the picturesque nature of Park City, and all the rugged wilderness surrounding them and in between.
Bockholt Landscape Architecture, Park City, UT, US, Principal, Landscape Architect
Meet with, interview new and prospective clientele and analyze potential for profitability on case to case basis.
Inspire creative trust from clients and communicate design process’ and intent to foster confident relationship
Conduct meetings with consultants and stakeholders to foresee challenges and assign areas of responsibility.
Design and deliver plans and reports to clientele in a timely manner and in a way to minimize revisions.
Create and analyze construction documents for readability and build ability. Respond to questions in addenda.
Review bids, interview bidders and determine recommendation. Review contracts, schedules and submittals.
Observe construction, issue change requests, approve or reject shop drawings, approve or reject pay requests.
McRae Landscape Inc., Orem, UT, US, Landscape Architect
I returned to and became CEO for this small residential firm in Orem Utah in 2008 after I graduated University. Turning it from a company with gross sales below $300,000 a year before I took over to over $900,000 in the first year by networking with my commercial contacts I developed while running CLD, redesigning better presentation/proposal material and responding to commercial bid invitations. I was responsible for all operations mirroring the list from CLD above. Clients include Dallin Larsen President of Mona Vie, Layton Construction, Big D Construction, Larry H Miller, Utah State, Saratoga Springs City, American Fork City, and Orem City.I have personally bid contracted and managed over 8 million dollars in medium size projects Adding up all projects over $20,000 in the past 10 years I have accumulated a fair amount of experience and expertise in construction trades, and contract administration.
CLD, Logan, UT, US, Project Manager, Landscape Designer
CLD Conceptual Landscape Design LLC Logan Utah. A landscape design-build firm. I founded this company and ran it while I put myself through University from 2004 until 2008. I was solely responsible for all activities that a new company needs to engage in to obtain and complete projects. Including: licensing, insurances, marketing, web development, hiring, training, bidding, project managment, customer service, accounting and payroll etc. I successfully provided myself with enough to pay for my schooling and my young family with this company. I built relationships with general contractors and completed work across the state of Utah. Clients included the State of Utah, Hyrum City, Smithfield City, Cache Valley Home Builders Association, Layton Construction, Culp Construction, LDS Church, Triad Center, and Wescor Medical. I was awarded the Cache Valley 2008 Parade of homes best Landscape Design Award.
Utah State University, Logan, UT, US, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning
Focus on the practical and theoretical dimensions of sustainable natural and cultural systems, social and behavioral concerns, aesthetic sensitivities and engineering implementation. I was engaged in the creative exploration, identification, analysis, and appropriate resolution of design planning and management issues. Current and future challenges include diminishing resources, expanding growth, diversification of population, increasing globalization, and changing technologies.
CVHBA, 1st Place
Best Landscape Design