Simply coordinating and beautifying the site is divided into hard and soft scape. Hard scape includes the work of: ground leveling – curbstone – walkers – pergolas – lakes – waterfalls – fountains – lighting – electricity and irrigation networks.

Soft scape includes the work of: Agriculture in general (trees – shrubs – hedges – climbers – flowers – landscaping – ….. etc.).

The landscape starts first with the surveying work (the dimensions of the land and its topography) heights – plateaus – depressions … etc.) using surveying tools and equipment, especially the Total station. This work is performed by engineers specializing in surveying and assisted by assistants

Then engineers specializing in landscape design work (usually architects) who are good at using AutoCAD and Photoshop programs create a conceptual design for the site to be presented to the owner to make his comments.

After approval of the design, the survey engineers sign the drawings in the design on the ground.

Hard scape work begins first, taking into account the extension of advances to pass through the irrigation networks for agriculture. After a while, the work of the soft scape begins and usually begins with the cultivation of huge palms and large trees, and at the same time the irrigation engineer connects the networks firstly for everything that is planted

After that, everyone works at the same time (hardscape – soft scape) to finish the project. Usually the software lasts for a year before the project is delivered to take care of the plants and maintain them so that they look beautiful and picturesque.

Usually, engineers from different disciplines work in the landscape field, such as:
Civil – Architectural – Electrical – Electromechanical – Survey – Irrigation – Agriculture – Technical Office.
Tractor army of helpers and workers. Heavy vehicle drivers (loader – pump – pop cat – fork lift … etc.)