TAG: Gachina Landscape Management

Case Study: A matter of health

February 22, 2018By
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After Gachina Landscape Management Founder and President John Gachina died from prostate cancer in 2015, men’s health became a greater focus for the Menlo Park, Calif.-based company. Company leaders launched a multipronged effort to encourage the company’s employees (94 percent of which are male) to be proactive with their health care. There have been several women’s health efforts as well.... read more

People on the Move: JCB appoints president, CEO; Hohl named ASIC Fellow; TPI awards members; new hires and promotions at Aspire, Spider, Gachina, Davey

April 5, 2017By

JCB appointed Richard Fox-Marrs as president and CEO of JCB. Additionally, he is responsible for production at JCB North America’s Savannah headquarters. Fox-Marrs is a 26-year veteran of JCB. Previously, he served as JCB North America’s president of agriculture. He also held positions such as managing director of the Loadall telescopic handler business unit and managing director of JCB’s global agricultural division. Fox-Marrs also serves... read more

Companies in the News: Gachina honored as top woman-owned business; Douglas Dynamics makes Forbes list; more from Case, Akehurst, Wright

October 5, 2016By

Gachina Landscape Management, owned by H. Jaclyn Ishimaru-Gachina, ranked No. 19 on the list of top 100 Bay Area Women-Owned Business and No. 7 on the list of the Bay Area’s top 25 minority-owned companies by the San Francisco Business Times. The 370-employee company, based in Menlo Park, Calif., earned a reported $29.5 million in 2015 revenue performing landscape maintenance, enhancements and water conservation. Douglas Dynamics—manufacturer of... read more

Companies in the News: Scholarship honors Gachina; Central Turf, Ruppert and Green Lawn open new facilities

March 16, 2016By

GROW Organization, a public charity in Silicon Valley, will fund a $1,500 JobTrain internship in honor of John Gachina, the founder of Gachina Landscape Management, according to the Mercury News. Gachina died in December. The new GROW internship program will provide one qualified JobTrain applicant the opportunity to work 100 hours in a designated field. To honor John Gachina’s memory, his family asked that contributions be made to... read more

Gachina, green industry leader, dies

January 5, 2016By

John Gachina, founder and president of Gachina Landscape Management, died Dec. 27. He founded Gachina Landscape Management in 1988 with two employees out of his home in Cupertino, Calif. Today, Gachina employs more than 350 team members, runs a fleet of 170 vehicles and operates from multiple locations in the Bay Area. The company is a long-time member of the National Association... read more

Cultivating an experience

August 19, 2015By
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A landscape firm’s large garden serves its staff and the community. Gachina Landscape Management in Menlo Park, Calif., has practiced sustainable gardening as part of some of its maintenance contracts for nearly a decade. It naturally parlayed those skills into its own project: a large garden area it calls The Farm. The Farm, launched in January 2014, is located about... read more