TAG: LegacyScapes

Companies in the News: LegacyScapes, Douglas Dynamics and DeMelo Bros. Landscaping

May 11, 2016By

Cherry Lake Tree Farm and LegacyScapes took part in Florida’s Agriculture Literature Day, an initiative helping to make agriculture accessible and exciting to young minds across the state. More than 250 kindergarteners gathered as employees of the two companies read them books, taught them lessons and donated azaleas, which would help the students practice agriculture at home. The Milwaukee Business Journal named Douglas Dynamics the... read more

Keeping score

December 2, 2015By
Scoreboard. Photo:©istock.com/meltonmedia

How to win with key performance indicators.  Imagine a sporting event where the players take the field without knowing the rules to the game, with no clock and without a scoreboard. How would that go over? “You can’t play a game if you don’t know whether you’re winning,” says Timothee Sallin, president of LegacyScapes in Groveland, Fla. It’s the same... read more

Web Extra: Using the Net Promoter Score at LegacyScapes

December 1, 2015By

In “Keeping score,” we outlined how several landscape companies track key performance indicators with good results. Here’s how and why LegacyScapes measures one KPI in particular, its Net Promoter Score. LegacyScapes has tracked its Net Promoter Score (NPS) for about seven years companywide and for about two years in its landscape construction division. “It’s very simple, but it keeps your... read more

Florida-based LegacyScapes adds maintenance

September 3, 2015By

Groveland, Fla.-based IMG Enterprises launched a new full-service grounds maintenance company, which will operate under the LegacyScapes brand. IMG Enterprises is the parent company of  Cherry Lake Tree Farm and LegacyScapes, which ranked No. 119 on the 2015 LM150 list with $11.9 million in 2014 revenue. “We believe there is an unmet demand for reliable, high-quality grounds maintenance services in... read more

LM150 Lessons Learned: Q&A

June 12, 2014By

What do you know now that you wish you knew then? “I would have hired managers from outside the industry earlier.” –Keith Rotolo, senior vice president/owner, Rotolo Consultants (RCI) “The hardest challenge for any business owner is to let go and trust others to do tasks that you might not think they can do as well. It took me about seven years to... read more