Sperber Landscape Cos. partners with Conserve LandCare

August 6, 2019 -  By

Sperber Landscape Cos.

The newly launched Sperber Landscape Cos. (SLC) partnered with Conserve LandCare.

Launched earlier this year, SLC primarily provides commercial landscape maintenance services, as well as some design/installation services for select commercial projects. The company is headquartered in Calabasas, Calif., serving clients throughout the U.S.

Founded in 2010, Conserve provides commercial landscape maintenance, construction, enhancements, irrigation, water conservation and tree care services. Headquartered in nearby Thousand Palms, Calif., the company serves prominent clients in Coachella Valley including commercial, resort and retirement properties.

Richard Sperber, managing partner and CEO of SLC, said, “We are proud to join forces with such a respected company in one of California’s most attractive regional markets.”

Through the partnership, Conserve will retain its name and branding. The commercial landscape company has more than 350 employees and no changes are planned or expected in staffing.

Conserve founders, husband and wife, George and Teri Gonzalez, will continue in their existing roles and retain a portion of ownership in the company. Conserve’s Vice President Bruce Wilson will also remain with the company.

“Bruce was one of the original leaders of the maintenance division for my family’s former company (ValleyCrest), and his leadership and horticultural expertise reinforces my confidence in the success of this partnership,” Sperber said.

The Conserve partnership follows SLC’s first acquisition of Kujawa Enterprises in April. Sperber said the addition of Conserve comes with great excitement and potential for expansion.

“We look forward to collaborating with George, Teri, Bruce and the rest of the stellar Conserve team as we continue to expand upon the company’s impressive growth and market-leading reputation,” Sperber said.

Jeffrey Harkness of Three Point Group managed the partnership agreement between SLC and Conserve.

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Danielle Pesta

About the Author:

Danielle Pesta is the associate editor of Landscape Management. She started writing for the green industry in 2014 and has won multiple awards from the Turf & Ornamental Communicators Association (TOCA). She can be reached at dpesta@northcoastmedia.net.

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