Now that your commercial property has been beautifully landscaped, it is important to maintain it. Professional landscape maintenance is the easiest way for you to ensure your property is in top shape all year long.
Originally developed in 2,000, the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification process is intended to promote green building design, construction, operation and maintenance. Since its introduction, the LEED system has had a major influence, with LEED-certified and registered projects increasing as much as 700% per year (according to GreenBiz.com's "State of Green Business 2008")
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This winter, one of the projects we've been busy working on involves tree planting over at the new Fort Belvoir Business Center. Although the scope is simple - tree planting and the installation of an irrigation system - it touches on a subject (the prevention of Dutch Elm Disease) close to our hearts as landscape contractors.
Topics: irrigation, Maryland, tree planting, commercial landscaping, Ft Belvoir, business center, American Elm, elm bark beetles, landscape contractor, E-Landscape Specialty Solutions, Colorado State University, Dutch Elm Disease, Princeton cultivar, Fort Belvoir, National Elm Trial, Blog
The weather is breaking and spring is finally around the corner. Here at E-Landscape, this means we've ramped up our production schedule and have crews out working on a variety of job sites, including the following.
Topics: Maryland, landscape, Hamel Builders, Washington DC, condominium, mulching, Unit Services, townhomes, landscape architecture, Argos Group, E-Landscape, boxwood, commercial landscape, landscape contractor, hedge, pruning, The Station, juniper, Sorg Architects, Sorg & Associates, Blog, landscape architect, Anne Arundel Medical Center, maintenance, landscape design, Mid-Atlantic, planting, Carroll County, Reservoir Ridge