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TAG: Bonick Landscaping

Backstory: Glenn Bonick

July 11, 2017By
Photos: Glenn Bonick

Glenn Bonick President Bonick Landscaping Irving, Texas Education W.T. White High School Dallas, Texas Class of 1981 Work Experience 1978-1981 Self-employed Painting/landscape maintenance “I was very much of the school of hard knocks. Everything I learned was on my own dime.” 1982-Present Bonick Landscaping President Irving, Texas 1999-2004 Texas Association of Landscape Contractors (now part of Texas Nursery & Landscape... read more

Big Picture: Making the grade

December 19, 2016By

Location: Fort Worth, TX Company: Bonick Landscaping Photo credit: David Hocker, Hocker Design Group The new owner of this four-acre, mid-century Texas estate engaged landscape architect firm Hocker Design Group to renovate the site and Bonick Landscaping to install the exterior landscape components. Major features include a motor court with a biological water feature and koi pond, numerous large-scale sculptures... read more

NALP names Awards of Excellence winners

November 8, 2016By

The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) held its annual Awards of Excellence ceremony during Landscapes 2016 Oct. 20. NALP’s Awards of Excellence offer national recognition for the best work in commercial and residential landscape design, installation, and maintenance and interior plant work. This year, the Awards of Excellence honored 131 projects. NALP gave out two Decade Awards, seven Recognition Awards, 60... read more

Fostering feedback

September 1, 2013By

Client advisory boards provide business owners an outside perspective. Jeffrey Scott cuts right to the chase. “Clients are always analyzing your company,” says the Green Industry consultant. “As the center of your business, they experience the good and the bad of what your company has to offer, and they have already formulated an opinion, whether you know it or not.”... read more

Dealing with customers in the landscape business

March 10, 2012By

By Heather Taylor The recently made popular phrase “one-percenters” comes with the implication that the most affluent Americans and their lifestyles are worlds apart from most other Americans. Does the same philosophy apply to their service expectations? While lawn care and landscaping clients with home values passing the million-dollar mark might have more zeroes at the end of their maintenance... read more