TAG: Landscape Workshop

Landscape Workshop acquires Henkel Denmark

January 17, 2018By

Landscape Workshop completed the acquisition of Henkel Denmark, based in Lexington, Ky. With this expansion into Kentucky, Landscape Workshop will now have nine branch locations throughout the Southeast. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Henkel Denmark was founded by Bill Henkel and Gordon Denmark in 1999. In addition to commercial landscape maintenance, Henkel Denmark’s portfolio also includes residential landscape... read more

Origin stories: Landscape Workshop | The industry outsider

June 12, 2017By

J.T. Price CEO, Landscape Workshop No. 55 Landscape Workshop is not J.T. Price’s invention. Joey Dobbs started the mostly commercial maintenance company in 1984. By 1995, it had quickly grown into a top company in the industry. Three years after McKinney Capital acquired it in 2011, the company tapped Price, a McKinney employee who had never operated a landscape company,... read more

Landscape Workshop adds Nashville location

December 3, 2015By

Landscape Workshop, a full-service grounds management company based in Alabama, acquired Chemscape’s commercial landscaping division, based in Nashville, Tenn. Terms were not disclosed. Landscape Workshop ranked No. 71 on the 2015 LM150 list of the largest landscape companies with more than $20 million in 2014 revenue. By expanding operations to Nashville, the company says it has the scope to perform... read more

LM150: A big jump

June 11, 2015By

Nearly half the companies on the LM150 list grew by 10 percent or more. Here’s what helped some of them surge. Overall Rank Growth Rank Company % Revenue Change from 2013 1 125 Crystal Greens Landscape 120% 2 83 Stay Green 107% 3 67 Parker Interior Plantscape 100% 4 34 Rotolo Consultants 81% 5 41 The Grounds Guys (1) 76%... read more

Client relations: Straight talk

June 11, 2015By

Three LM150 contractors share their customer relations efforts. Client relationships will make or break a company, landscape professionals agree. So it’s important to listen, be proactive and meet expectations. Three professionals from the LM150 list share how they’ve grown their businesses by focusing on client communication. Landscape Workshop Birmingham, Ala. To get a real sense for what clients want, J.T.... read more

Landscape Workshop expands in Southeast Alabama

May 18, 2015By

Landscape Workshop (LW) acquired Vision Landscapes’ Montgomery, Ala., branch and landscape maintenance contracts in the Birmingham, Ala., area. Operations in the region will be led by Vision alum Brandon Smith, who will serve as district manager, and Ryan Cofer, branch manager of LW’s Montgomery/Auburn location. LW said it looks forward to expanding its presence in Southeast Alabama through the acquisition.... read more