TAG: acquisitions

The Harvest Group: You bought a company, now what?

December 16, 2019By

This webinar by The Harvest Group will focus on how blending two companies takes time and thoughtfulness. Learn strategies to simplify the process and avoid potential pitfalls. The presenters will be Alison Hoffman and Steve Cesare. read more

Landscape Workshop acquires Bayou Lawn & Landscape

March 11, 2019By

Landscape Workshop acquired certain assets of Bayou Lawn & Landscape Services in Valparaiso, Fla. Landscape Workshop will now have 10 branch locations throughout the Southeast. The company, based in Vestavia Hills, Ala., ranked No. 53 on the 2018 LM150 list. Bayou Lawn & Landscape was founded in 1995 by Matt Schwab. Jim Allen purchased the company in 1999. Allen is... read more

BrightView acquires California Bay Area company

January 10, 2019By
BrightView

BrightView kicked off 2019 by announcing the acquisition of Emerald Landscape Company, Inc., a commercial landscaping firm located in California’s Bay Area. read more

Landscape Development Inc. acquires Quality Landscape Care

August 6, 2018By

Enhanced Landscape Management (ELM), the maintenance division of Valencia, Calif.-based Landscape Development, Inc. (LDI), purchased the assets of Quality Landscape Care (QLC), located in Ventura, Calif. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. LDI is No. 18 on the LM150 list, with a projected 2018 annual revenues of $90 million. It was founded in 1983 by Gary Horton; he continues to serve as president... read more

SavATree acquires Brooks and Barber Tree Management

July 9, 2018By

SavATree—No. 16 on the 2018 LM150 list—acquired Brooks and Barber Tree Management in Bedminster, Pa. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The deal expands the reach of SavATree’s existing Bucks County branch, allowing it to better serve landscapers throughout southeastern Pennsylvania. “We’re really excited to have Brooks and Barber joining our team,” said Daniel van Starrenburg, CEO of SavATree.... read more

BrightView reveals additional acquisitions

May 29, 2018By

In addition to its recent acquisition of Environmental Earthscapes, which does business as The Groundskeeper and Greater Texas Landscapes, BrightView Landscape made several other purchases this year. A BrightView spokesman confirmed the following deals to Landscape Management: Cleary Bros. Landscape, Danville, Calif., in February; Precision Landscape, Dallas, in January; Willamette Landscape Maintenance, Tualatin, Ore., in December; and Urban Tree Care,... read more