Grever & Ward Landscape

Architects, leaders in cemetery planning, cemetery design and master planning for over 75 years.


Library of Published Works
Please read some of our recently published articles in the library section below.  All work is copyrighted and is reproduced here with the permission of, and through the courtesy of, the publisher.

Document Library

NameDescription
DocumentThe Value of a Cemetery; the Virtues of a Beautiful CemeteryPromoting the value of a beautiful community cemetery (reprinted with the permission of American Cemetery Magazine- December 2008)
DocumentThe Economy of a Good Plan Long range planning leads to improved aesthetics and economy (reprinted with the permission of American Cemetery Magazine- July 2009)
DocumentCremation Gardens; More Choices for Your CemeteryUnderstanding the potential value of cremation options will help your cemetery survive and flourish (reprinted with the permission of American Cemetery Magazine- July 2010)
DocumentThe Healing LandscapeLandscaping in your cemetery is a proven aid in recovery from loss (reprinted with the permission of Catholic Cemetery Magazine- March 2010)
DocumentTurning the Corner on CremationAs cremation has gained acceptance in Catholic cemeteries, it can no longer be an afterthought. (reprinted with the permission of Catholic Cemetery Magazine- April 2010)
DocumentSpringing Ahead- Cemetery DevelopmentSpring is an ideal time to reset long-range plans (reprinted with the permission of Catholic Cemetery Magazine- April 2011)
DocumentMausoleums and NichesNiche development has come of age in many cemeteries (reprinted with the permission of American Cemetery Magazine- May 2011)
DocumentCreating a Cremation-Friendly CemeteryCremation garden visibility, quality and diversity are the keys to success (reprinted with the permission of American Cemetery Magazine- August 2012))
Document10 Tips on Cremation Garden PlanningThese fundamentals of cremation garden design lead to success (reprinted with the permission of American Cemetery Magazine- July 2013)
DocumentThe Road AheadNew land development requirements and public requests challenge cemetery designers (reprinted with the permission of American Cemetery Magazine- May 2013)
DocumentHow (& Why) to Get Started on a Master Plan for Your CemeteryLong-range planning can't be neglected in the day-to-day operation of your cemetery (reprinted with the permission of ICCFA Magazine- June 2014)
DocumentYour Cemetery's Next Expansion - Lead Time is PricelessWith new challenges and requirements in development, adequate time to plan is more important than ever (reprinted with the permission of Catholic Cemetery Magazine- January 2016)