Landscape Workshop acquires Cut Above Enterprises

(Graphic: Landscape Workshop)
(Graphic: Landscape Workshop)

Landscape Workshop, a full-service ground management company and No. 35 on the 2023 LM150 list, recently completed the acquisition of Cut Above Enterprises in Greenville, S.C. The move adds the company’s presence into the upstate South Carolina commercial landscaping market.

Cut Above Enterprises has had a strong reputation in the region since its establishment in the mid-90s and provides commercial landscape maintenance and installation services within the Greenville market.

“Our success stems from our commitment to delivering top-notch results and nurturing our workforce’s growth. It was clear that partnering with Landscape Workshop, a company that mirrors our values and standards, especially in employee welfare and career prospects, was the natural progression,” said BJ Flora, president of Cut Above Enterprises.

Flora will assume the general manager position at Landscape Workshop. He will be accountable for facilitating a seamless transition for Cut Above’s customers and employees. Also joining Landscape Workshop in a management capacity is Cut Above’s General Manager Wes Myers.

“We’re excited about the acquisition of Cut Above Enterprises. Their strong local presence and outstanding reputation align perfectly with Landscape Workshop,” said J.T. Price, CEO of Landscape Workshop. “We’re eager to welcome the Cut Above professionals into the Landscape Workshop family and look forward to the prospects our extended reach in South Carolina brings.”

Landscape Workshop serves 30 Southeastern markets operating in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee and Florida. Landscape Workshop is backed by Carousel Capital and McKinney Capital.

Stuart Maxey and Butler Sparks of Bradley served as Landscape Workshop’s legal counsel in this transaction. Cut Above Enterprises was represented by N. Ward Lambert of Hudson Lambert Parrott.

The move builds on Landscape Workshop’s growth over the past few years with recent acquisitions in Georgia and AlabamaLiberty Land Management Group in FloridaArtisan Landscape Group in Tennessee, Meliora Landscape Group in Louisiana, Martin Landscape in Georgia, Louisiana Landscape Specialty and Solid Ground Landscape Services of Atlanta, Ga.

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