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published on Aug 21, 2015

Landscape Install in San Diego

The Challenge

Complete landscape 1-acre site design and installation. New Housing Development including irrigation, retaining walls, concrete, pavers, sod and plant installation.

New housing with no landscape, bare dirt. We had to submit plans to HOA for approval before commencing work and they had a timeline for completion to meet the requirements

Our Solution

  • Development of plans for HOA approval
  • Implementing a schedule (critical path) from start to finish
  • Listened to the client needs and provided a water efficient and aesthetic pleasing landscape for him to enjoy meeting the HOA timeline and development requirements

Our Solution

Landscape Remodeling Project in San Diego

This project required the removal of 976 linear feet of  California round panels. That is approximately 122 panels.

Residential Bath Remodeling

Client wanted to create a new more open look by removing the door between the vanity and shower area, removing the dated wallpaper and tight white…

Landscape Install in San Diego

Customer came to us to Landscape area required by Home owners Association to be completed by a certain time or penalties would be imposed.