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Timberline Landscaping brings joy to community with park renovation

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(Photo: Timberline Landscaping)
(Photo: Timberline Landscaping)

Location: Colorado Springs, Colo.

Company: Timberline Landscaping

When Timberline Landscaping took over this project in 2021, it had a simple goal — to make the park something the surrounding community could be proud of.

As part of this extensive project, Timberline installed new sod, trees and native plantings and installed irrigation. Prior to its renovation, the park was left in a state of neglect with weeds infesting much of the flat and sandy ground.

Grading was also a major pain point for Timberline on this project. The contractor needed to create several drastic grade changes, which required special GPS-enabled machinery.

In addition to serving as the maintenance contractor for this park, Timberline also aided in several other aspects, serving as the general contractor. As the general contractor, Timberline was responsible for the demolition of the existing structures, grading, installing benches, picnic tables and more.

Timberline Landscaping won a gold award from the National Association of Landscape Professionals Awards of Excellence program for its work on this project.

(Photo: Timberline Landscaping)
(Photo: Timberline Landscaping)

As the general contractor, Timberline Landscaping was responsible not only for the landscape installation but the installation of new playground equipment. Timberline subcontracted several tasks to get the job done, including the building of a skate park, playground areas and an artificial turf field.

(Photo: Timberline Landscaping)
(Photo: Timberline Landscaping)

A before shot shows the existing landscape at Panorama Park, which was flat and sandy, according to the contractor.

(Photo: Timberline Landscaping)
(Photo: Timberline Landscaping)

To replace the preexisting landscape, Timberline added several native Colorado plantings, including trees, native grasses and more. All in all, Timberline removed 20 trees during the project and added upwards of 200 native trees.

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