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LM150: Eyes on the prize

June 18, 2020 -  By
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Seventy-seven firms on the LM150 list grew by 10 percent or more in 2019. Here are some of the initiatives they used to hit those numbers. To learn more about the companies in bold, scroll to the bottom of this page.

Growth Rank Overall Rank Company % Change
Over 2019
Revenue
1 14 HeartLand 189% $155,000,000
2 39 Teufel Landscape 49% $54,399,438
3 33 Loving 42% $63,219,307
4 123 Service Direct Landscape 35% $18,980,000
5 118 Timberline Landscaping 33% $20,496,949
130 Focal Pointe Outdoor Solutions 33% $17,954,000
7 20 Juniper 32% $85,808,718
96 Yard-Nique 32% $25,500,000
129 Brilar 32% $18,200,000
10 52 Maldonado Nursery & Landscaping 31% $41,114,147
11 74 Environmental Designs 27% $29,900,000
66 Impact Landscaping & Irrigation 27% $35,500,000
13 53 Beary Landscaping 25% $41,000,000
85 McHale Landscape Design 25% $28,000,000
102 LMI Landscapes 25% $24,500,000
149 Greenview Partners 25% $12,377,643
72 Superscapes 25% $30,000,000
18 101 The Munie Co. 23% $24,823,090
105 John Mini Distinctive Landscapes 23% $63,219,307
20 18 LandOpt^ 22% $101,920,500
112 Mountain View Landscape 22% $21,400,000
22 57 Complete Landscaping Service 21% $38,982,537
98 DJ’s Landscape Management 21% $25,111,000
109 Level Green Landscape 21% $23,166,000
144 Heritage Professional Landscaping 21% $14,000,000
26 132 Lifescape Colorado 20% $17,579,413
46 Pierre Landscape 20% $45,000,000
95 Great Oaks Landscape Associates 20% $25,600,000
126 Schultz Industries 20% $18,542,278
30 43 Christy Webber & Co. 19% $46,700,000
75 M. Neves 19% $29,879,575
111 American Landscape Systems 19% $21,851,952
119 Art by Nature 19% $20,307,121
107 Unlimited Landscaping & Turf Management^ 19% $23,465,764
35 38 Clean Scapes 18% $55,160,547
68 Xquisite Landscaping 18% $34,544,838
150 Borst Landscape & Design 18% $12,034,794
38 13 SavATree 17% $162,000,000
61 Russell Landscape Group 17% $37,700,000
40 84 Pacific Landscape Management 16% $28,408,851
97 Gibson Landscape Services 16% $25,357,100
94 Southview Design 16% $25,745,476
43 19 Landscape Development 15% $100,300,000
110 Cutting Edge Property Maintenance 15% $22,000,000
127 Crawford Landscaping 15% $18,500,000
46 22 Clintar Commercial Outdoor Services 14% $81,900,000
7 Ruppert Landscape 14% $209,918,054
141 ASI Landscape Management 14% $14,500,000
81 Perfect Cuts of Austin 14% $28,800,000
50 5 Yellowstone Landscape 13% $268,000,000
40 Mariani Landscape 13% $54,100,100
50 R.P. Marzilli & Co. 13% $41,700,000
54 AAA Landscape 13% $40,100,000
65 SiteWorks 13% $36,280,393
55 36 Sebert Landscape* 12% $56,000,000
63 Dennis’ Seven Dees Landscaping & Garden Centers 12% $37,146,819
100 Earthworks 12% $24,950,000
106 WLE 12% $23,500,000
115 Santa Rita Landscaping 12% $20,741,000
142 Summit Landscape Group* 12% $14,336,000
3 The Davey Tree Expert Co. 12% $1,140,000,000
62 69 Senske Services^ 11% $33,200,000
87 Kline Bros. 11% $27,533,000
114 Hittle Landscaping^ 11% $20,835,309
65 55 Gachina Landscape Management 10% $39,171,119
146 Saluda Hill Landscapes 10% $13,013,000
10 LandCare 10% $186,000,000
49 Greenscape* 10% $41,800,000
56 Creative Environments Design & Landscape 10% $39,000,000
71 Designscapes Colorado 10% $30,307,000
90 DLC Resources 10% $26,600,000
99 Designs By Sundown 10% $25,000,000
124 The Joyce Cos. 10% $18,745,000
137 ProQual Landscaping 10% $15,646,000
21 The Grounds Guys 10% $84,268,809
4 Bartlett Tree Experts 10% $326,000,000
16 Lawn Doctor^ 10% $129,060,000

HeartLand

The Kansas City company attributes its immense growth in 2019 to ongoing training and employee development programs and expanding the use of employee referral programs to attract more local labor. Its advice to other companies is to take care of people first because they are the ones taking care of your customers.

Art by Nature

Learn more about how Art by Nature in Granite Falls, Wash., relied on relationships in order to achieve 19 percent growth over the course of one year. Read the full story now: 2020 LM150: The art of relationships

Santa Rita Landscaping

After adding a water truck to its fleet, the Tucson, Ariz., company now has a new watering services revenue stream. The firm also implemented self-study training guides that allow field staff to increase their knowledge and skills and move up in rank. This is helping with employee retention and finding the “diamonds in the rough.”

Focal Pointe Outdoor Solutions

The Caseyville, Ill., company reports that it has doubled in size over the last 3 years. Its top business obstacles are centered on growing people. By providing the necessary attention and employee training, the company is reducing turnover of frontline workers and creating positive energy throughout the organization. According to Focal Pointe, team members are seeing the opportunities available to them, and they are recruiting family and friends to be a part of it.

Brilar

In 2019, Brilar, No. 129 on the 2020 LM150 list, grew by leaps and bounds because of the career-centered culture it had established. Read the full story now: 2020 LM150: Building a career-centered culture

Greenview Partners

Greenview Partners is investing in people the way it does in sales and marketing. The Raleigh, N.C., operation is hiring a bilingual recruiter, which it considers a “sales and marketing rep” for its recruiting and retention efforts.

LandOpt

The Pittsburgh company holds steady at No. 18 on the LM150 for the second year in a row, though it has upped year-over-year growth from 14 percent in 2018 to 22 percent in 2019. The firm is managing its growth through improving systems and processes and developing talent.

Hittle Landscaping

Hittle Landscaping, No. 114 on the 2020 LM150 list, combines discipline and thankfulness as a recipe for its continued success. Read the full story now: 2020 LM150: Hittle Landscaping is on a mission

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