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Landscape Workshop acquires Images Landscape Service

November 9, 2021 -  By

Landscape Workshop (LW) recently completed the acquisition of the landscape operations of Images Landscape Service, based in Chattanooga, Tenn. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Landscape Workshop is a full-service grounds management company that has been providing professional service and expert maintenance for outdoor commercial spaces since 1984. Landscape Workshop serves 10 Southeastern markets in Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia and the Florida panhandle. Landscape Workshop is backed by Carousel Capital and McKinney Capital.

Images Landscape Service and Landscape Workshop have been working together for more than six years, developing a relationship built on shared values of providing quality landscape services with a proactive management approach. After 16 years in business, owner Ruben Viva is excited for the next steps of the company he and his family built from the ground up.

“After partnering with Landscape Workshop for many years, it was only natural that Images Landscape Service and Landscape Workshop joined forces,” Viva said. “Images’ commitment to quality and exceptional customer service is an attribute that we also found in Landscape Workshop’s team.”

Ruben Viva will stay on in a consulting capacity during the transition and his son, Tyson Viva, will join the LW team as general manager of Landscape Workshop Chattanooga.

JT Price, CEO of Landscape Workshop, said “LW is excited to enter the Chattanooga market. We have partnered with Images for more than six years to provide statewide coverage to Customers in Tennessee, and this acquisition makes us the only commercial landscaper with offices in Tennessee’s four biggest markets. We are pleased to welcome Images’ team members to the LW family.”

Bradley served as Landscape Workshop’s legal counsel in this transaction. Images Landscape Service was represented by Cavett, Abbot and Weiss.

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