Here at E-Landscape, we are gearing up for July and will be wrapping up some projects and rolling up our sleeves for some new ones. Our work at the Elkton Senior Apartments is coming to a close and the crews are working over the weekend to finalize landscape plantings and the permeable paver patio, with site inspections scheduled for this week. Modular permeable pavement is really picking up steam, and we will be looking to complete two commercial permeable paver jobs in July totaling about 9000 SF in all.
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The bid board has been keeping the estimating department running at full speed, which is a positive indicator in these economic times. The seasonal slow-down in production gives us the opportunity to prepare for a busy spring. We have been refurbishing our equipment trailers, reorganizing the shop and performing preventative maintenance on our equipment. We have also been discussing a possible expansion to our shop facility by adding an equipment storage area and new production offices.