This Vermont landscaping company completed the install for the Diocese of Burlington today. Our Stone masons set the Antique Verde Marble sign into the brick pillars that they built last week and capped them with brick. They also installed an 8’ tall statue into the garden. The project came out beautifully!
Our Stone Masons have completed the brick pillars for the Diocese of Burlington’s sign, which will be delivered and installed next week. The rest of the lansdcape installation was completed last Friday.
This Vermont landscape company had 13 people on site at the Diocese of Burlington on Friday. We had people planting, mulching, seeding, installing low voltage lighting and working on the sign. The project should be completed early next week.
Our Stone Crew has been installing a brick walkway at the Diocese of Burlington the past few days. Plant installation, lawn renovation and a brick & marble sign will follow later this week.
The 2012 Landscaping season is wrapping up for this Vermont Landscaping company, with just a few more weeks of installs on the schedule. Our yard looks like an entirely different place now, compared to the spring!
This Vermont Landscape company has been busy this week getting all of our Salt Trucks and Plows ready for the Winter Snow Removal season.
The Shop/Yard Forman picked up our brand new CAT 257B3 Track Skid Steer this week. It will be used for snow removal this winter and on our many Vermont Landscaping projects next year!
A portion of our Estate Services crew has spent the past few days at Maple Tree Place in Williston. Our Vermont landscape company maintains the grounds and this week was spreading some very early holiday cheer.
This Vermont Landscape company shut down yesterday, in preparation for Hurricane Sandy. We have a very small portion of our Crew doing some landscaping in Burlington, VT today. As a result there were 18 out of 23 trucks in the yard this afternoon.
More progress by our Vermont Landscaping Crew, at the Bennington Welcome Center. The guys worked long days in order to button up this phase of tree planting, before the upcoming storm.