Paveshare

A project from UGA called Paveshare; an educational and interactive website for building with this product.

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My name is Peyton Peterson and I am a MLA candidate at the University of Georgia. I wanted to take a moment and introduce you to a free educational resource that some colleagues and I have been working on that pertains particularly to the Landscape Architecture profession. The following website, www.paveshare.org, is an educational tool that promotes the use of interlocking concrete pavers as a building material. This website is for students, made by students, and as a result interactive modules along with videos make learning about this product more enjoyable. From paver basics(color theory, cost estimation, history, available products near you, etc.) to sustainable and innovative uses of pavers this website is the guide to all of your exploration.

As a means to promote the website to fellow landscape architects at schools nationwide we have reached out to you in particular. Since you are an active member within your school’s ASLA chapter we would love for you to tell your peers about Paveshare. In addition, can you please take a few moments to give us feedback. We are particularly concerned with promotion, and therefore we want to know how we can improve our site and better advertise this resource to others, whether that be through internet media, booths at conferences, newsletter/magazine write-ups or some other means.

Thank you for your time and happy holidays,
Peyton Peterson

Please encourage users of the page to like us on Facebook, and contact myself or our team at cedicpi@uga.edu with feedback.
 
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