We were fortunate enough to win another award this year at the regional CLCA (California Landscape Contractor’s Association) Achievement Awards. This project in Petaluma won first place in the one of the design-build categories.
The installation features new landscaping for front and back yards for this new home on the East side of town.
We won two awards at this year’s CLCA North Coast Chapter Award Program. The first project was a completed front and back yard installation in Petaluma. The second was a rustic front and back yard in Cotati. Both projects shared some interesting elements, including new fencing, water features, and vegetable garden areas. See some current photos below of both projects.
2016 CLCA Medium Installation Award Winner- Cotati
Our design-build installation in Sonoma won first place at this year’s CLCA North Coast Chapter Awards. The design-build categories are always filled with tough competition, so a first place award is always satisfying. Thanks to the Farmers in Sonoma for the recent photos below. You can see post install photos of the project here.
Congratulations to you for the great design and for Ruben and the crew executing it so flawlessly. We could not be happier with how the yard (front and back) turned out especially now with all the plants filling out. We are thoroughly enjoying the backyard!! – Lorelei and Larry Farmer, Sonoma
This Kentfield project won the judges award at this year’s California Landscape Contractors Association North Coast Chapter awards. One of the three top recognitions awarded for all projects, the Judges Award is singled out be the judges as an excellent entry across all categories of installation and maintenance entries in the North Bay.
We installed this back yard garden in Petaluma last year, which won a CLCA North Coast Chapter award. The plantings have really started to grow in with the massings of plantings become more defined and apparent with time.
We were fortunate to win an award at this year’s California Landscape Contractor’s Association North Coast Chapter Awards against some of the best companies in the North Bay. Thanks to the Morgan Residence for a great project. See the project video below.
For the sixth year running we won an award for this year’s 2009 North Coast Chapter California Landscape Contractors Association awards. The awards are a yearly competition of landscape projects in the North Bay in a variety of installation categories. Against some stiff competition, our submission for an outdoor entertaining space in Napa won first place.
The project included a custom Rumford fireplace, Viking gas grill, refrigerator, ice maker and sink cabinet. These elements were integrated into the rear pool area with a beautiful custom concrete tile patio material by Tile and Stone in San Rafael that was installed over new concrete sub-slab. The project was tied together by some amazing custom woodwork done by Wil Matthews at Woodcraft Marin.
Special thanks to the suppliers, sub-contractors, Linda Applewhite & Associates for her great design vision, and of course our client who was a pleasure to work with.
The North Coast Chapter of CLCA presented their 2008 Contractor Awards last week. We were lucky enough to win awards in three categories with some excellent competition.
We won first place for Medium Residential Installation, a recognition award for Medium sized Design-Build project and the Judges award for a Custom Residential project in Tiburon.
The chapter awards are a competition for landscape contractors in Marin, Sonoma, and counties up to the Oregon border. Projects are judged in blind judging process by other CLCA members from other chapters around the state.
I attended the California Landscape Contractor Awards Last night (CLCA) for our region, which includes Marin and Sonoma County. We were fortunate to win an award for a design-build project we completed this last year. There was a lot of tough competition and beautiful projects. See photos of the project below.
Brazilian Hardwood Deck and Cable Railing
Arizona Flagstone Entrance Pathway and Deck
Brazilian Hardwood Entrance Gate and Arizona Stripstone Wall