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Snow Removal and Permeable Pavers: What You Need to Know

Posted by Quintain on Jan 21, 2015 7:06:43 AM

Winter weather has arrived, and in many parts of the country snow has already started to pile up. For lots of business owners, winter brings added headaches when it comes to maintaining parking lots, paths, roads and other paved areas. Maintaining your business's paved areas and removing snow and ice is essential for encouraging business and creating a safe environment for your employees and customers. For the thousands of companies using pervious concrete or pavers, winter maintenance and snow removal is often difficult and time consuming.

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Topics: winter maintenance, Blog, permeable pavers, pervious pavers

The Cottages at Greenwood

Posted by E-Landscape on Oct 10, 2011 6:31:40 PM

This month, we're proud to announce that E-Landscape has been selected to carry out commercial landscaping work for the Cottages at Greenwood, a new affordable living community in Howard County, Maryland. This project pairs us again with Hamel Builders, through their Hamel Green Construction division.

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Topics: energy conservation, commercial landscaping, Hamel Green Construction, Hamel Builders, rain barrels, rain garden, driveway shading, E-Landscape, Cottages at Greenwood, canopy shade trees, Howard County commercial landscaping, Blog, permeable paving, permeable pavers, maryland commercial landscaping, near net zero energy

Landscape Installation for CVS (Annapolis)

Posted by E-Landscape on Jun 15, 2011 11:55:21 AM

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.

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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

Landscaping of the Elkton Senior Apartments

Posted by E-Landscape on May 18, 2011 11:49:49 AM

E-Landscape recently began work on the Elkton Senior Apartments, a 60-unit senior apartment building that will be constructed in Elkton (Cecil County) Maryland. The project is being developed by The Ingerman Group, headquartered in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and the General Contractor is Hamel Builders of Elkridge, Maryland.

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Topics: irrigation, apartment, hardscape, Elkton Senior Apartments, landscape, Hamel Builders, green roof, E-Landscape, green screen, Blog, The Ingerman Group, drainage, permeable pavers, landscaping, planting, erosion

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