New Desert Gallery, a Tucson-based exterior design and construction company, has earned national recognition for sculpting a landscaping masterpiece. The company recently received a 2006 Grand Award for Environmental Improvement.
Although recent flooding across the Midwest has caused
many people to shelve their water shortage concerns,
officials are still alert to the possibility of drought, over-consumption
and other forces that limit our water supplies.
In several regions of the U.S., the worst is not yet
IN TODAY’S ULTRA-COMPETITIVE
business climate, every second
counts. Any opportunity
that allows you to do a job faster,
better and in a more cost-effective
fashion should be fully explored.
Eco-Green Sustainable Landscapes
When Diane Downey first moved to California from her home in England, she was thrilled by the many ways in which she could indulge her passion for gardening. “I was amazed by all the beautiful plants I could grow,” says Downey. “I was like a kid in a candy store.”
As a landscape pro installing irrigation, you look at water in a different way. Your early morning commute on a warm weather morning might take you past a block of homes where every sprinkler is going full blast. You wince, and two thoughts come to mind. First, those homeowners are wasting water and money.
Landscape companies of all sizes are being pushed to achieve increased capacity and better margins. Today’s business climate requires contractors to squeeze higher volume and productivity out of the same 24-hour day.