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TAG: Mariani Landscape

Communication Coach: Lead change to steady customer confidence

March 25, 2020By

  You’ve been here before. Customers are wondering about their relationship with your company. Everything is back on the table. You have to acknowledge the current conditions. Then take bold steps to change the narrative. These are historic times. Communication nowadays can be tricky. Your message may not be received as you had expected. For this reason, my suggestion is... read more

Editor’s note: Collecting quotes from recent travels

September 18, 2019By

Landscape Management's Editor-in-Chief Seth Jones share some quotes and sound bites from his recent travels and interviews. read more

At 2019 Renewal & Remembrance industry gives back to those who served

July 17, 2019By
Frank Mariani, owner of Mariani Landscape, addresses the volunteers at the 2019 Renewal & Remembrance. “This place simply takes your breath away,” he said of Arlington National Cemetery. (Photo: Seth Jones)

It was a busy and productive day at the 23rd annual Renewal & Remembrance, held earlier this week in Arlington, Va. More than 400 landscape professionals visited Arlington National Cemetery and volunteered their time and talents to improve the 624-acre cemetery that serves as the resting place for 400,000. On Monday alone, 31 funerals took place at Arlington National, with... read more

Work to do: Tackling the industry’s labor shortage

May 20, 2019By
Photo: Marshall Evan Photography

How companies, manufacturers and industry pros are tackling landscaping's labor shortage. read more

Big Picture: City retreat

May 26, 2017By
Photo Credit: Linda Oyama Bryan

Location: Chicago Company: Mariani Landscape, Lake Bluff, Ill. Photo Credit: Linda Oyama Bryan The clients wanted to update the rooftop, to act as an extension of the interior living space. The landscape architect developed a series of outdoor rooms, each with their own purpose that all tie together visually. This concept was accomplished by creating an intimate seating space with... read more

Editor’s Note: Louisville quotables

November 10, 2016By

The landscape industry’s largest trade show, GIE+EXPO, got even larger this year. There were 230 new exhibitors —a good sign assuming they all have done their research and have deemed the landscape market to be a promising one. While the LM team and I were running between the show floor and conference sessions like crazy people, as we do every... read more