Our crews are spending more time out in Howard County recently as we begin work on hard and softscaping for Phase I of the Hilltop Housing complex and a new recreation center in Ellicott City, Maryland. The Hilltop site and the new recreation center will comprise the first phase of redevelopment for what will eventually be a larger, mixed income community.
Topics: Maryland, landscape planting, specialty soil mixes, bioretention, Ellicott City, E-Landscape, Howard County, Blog, Ken Ulman, segmental walls, Hilltop Housing Complex, Howard County Housing Commission
This summer will see the team at E-Landscape spending quite a bit of time in Arlington, Virginia as we complete the landscape installation for Buchanan Gardens. Our work is part of a major, $32 million renovation by the Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH) of this 111-unit, 100% affordable housing community in the Columbia Pike corridor.
Topics: landscape installation, window wells, commercial landscaping, foundation planting, APAH, Hamel Builders, yard inlets, brick pavers, Columbia Pike, renovation, bioretention, Arlington, tree pit drainage, Nina Janopaul, E-Landscape, Buchanan Gardens, E-Landscape Specialty Solutions, Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing, Architect, site furnishings, General Contractor, install playground equipment, grass pave 2, Blog, Virginia, downspouts, Weincek + Associates, playground surfacing
Last week, E-Landscape began work on the installation of the landscape at the new CVS store located on Forest Drive in Annapolis, MD. We're working with General Contractor KPR Corporation and Landscape Architect Deborah M. Schwab for the client, Bay Village LLC.
Topics: irrigation, Maryland, commercial landscaping, Annapolis, mulching, bioretention, native plants, landscape architecture, E-Landscape, bio-retention, Bay Village, CVS, Deborah M. Schwab, Blog, landscape architect, permeable pavers, sod, KPR Corporation
As a landscaping company, we take pride in the fact that we are able to provide aesthetic enhancements to the built environment.