TAG: Daniel Currin

Turftenders joins Greenscape in Raleigh, N.C.

October 9, 2018By

Greenscape, a full-service landscape firm based in Holly Springs, N.C., merged with Turftenders, based in Raleigh, N.C. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. “Turftenders is a good fit strategically, logistically and culturally with our current business and helps move us towards our vision for the future,” said Daniel Currin, president of Greenscape. Turftenders will add approximately 35 employees and $2.5... read more

Raleigh startup Canopy partners with Greenscape

December 29, 2016By

Raleigh, N.C.-based home services startup Canopy purchased residential landscape maintenance accounts from Greenscape, based in Holly Springs, N.C. Terms of the partnership were not disclosed. More than 120 former Greenscape residential customers are now being serviced by Canopy’s crews. Greenscape is also an adviser to the company, which recently raised $2 million of funding and is backed by Lowe’s, among... read more

Case study: CEO school

July 8, 2015By
Photo: Greenscape

One North Carolina company taught a college landscape student an ultimate lesson. When the National 
Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) hosted its 39th annual Student Career Days at North Carolina State University in March, nearby Greenscape decided it wasn’t enough to just attend or have a booth at the career fair this year. The execs at Greenscape, based in Holly... read more

Come Alive Outside moves forward as a nonprofit

December 2, 2014By

On Nov. 1, Come Alive Outside held its initial board meeting as a nonprofit organization, defining the strategic plan of the organization as it moves forward on its Come Alive Outside initiative. Started by JP Horizons President Jim Paluch in 2011, Come Alive Outside aims to inspire professional landscape companies to play a more active role in reconnecting communities with... read more

PLANET Community Stewardship Award Winner: Greenscape

July 2, 2014By

A North Carolina business uses its volunteerism to promote life outdoors. When Greenscape President Daniel Currin was growing up, kids went outside to play and didn’t return until dinner. They dug in the dirt, played games in the yard, threw the ball around and did what kids do. Or, used to do. Thanks in part to TV, Xbox and iPads,... read more