By combining the best of both brands and LEED talents we provide our clients with a competitive advantage, along with the strongest value proposition in the industry today.
Tustin, California (Vocus) April 30, 2009 –
Tustin based Mission Landscape,(http://www.missionlandscape.com), today announced that it has acquired Landarcwest of Irvine, California (http://www.landarcwest.com), an award winning Landscape Architecture and Land Planning firm, to become part of the Mission Landscape Companies, one of the largest full service professional landscape providers in the United States and preeminent brands in California. Landarcwest’s founders, Tal Jackson and Paul Wong, along with the entire team of landscape architects and designers will become owners in Mission Landscape as it is an ESOP, Employee Stock Ownership Plan.
Tal Jackson, co-founder and senior principal of Landarcwest said, “Over the years we’ve both used one another’s services very successfully and grew to admire and respect one another. In alignment with our stakeholder’s needs and our joint vision of being innovators and leaders in our industry, it made perfect sense to join forces. Together we can offer our clients the best of all worlds, a seamless solution of green and sustainable landscape architecture, development, tree-care and landscape maintenance in addition to recycling a client’s green waste and re-using it as a sustainable product back into their site, or offering the client the choice of using a single service.”
“The Mission Landscape Companies are a team of dedicated and certified LEED professionals who have been providing the multi-family, retail, industrial, commercial, HOA, sports, hotel-resort and municipal markets with a comprehensive landscape solution for almost 40 years, and we understand and value the critical role that landscape architecture plays in creating intelligent and unique landscapes. The Landarcwest team has been recognized by its peers and customers for world-class design both here and abroad. Through the integration of best-practices, efficiencies and LEED talent, along with innovative design, we offer our national and international customers the greatest return on their landscape investment,” said David DuBois, CEO of the Mission Landscape Companies.
Landarcwest is a Landscape Architecture firm which provides master planning, design, project management, financial analysis and environmental strategy to multiple markets in the Western United States, as well as internationally. Landarcwest was established with the goals of providing inspiring and green and sustainable design, outstanding customer experience, clear communication channels, technically proficient construction documents and a superior return on investment to its clients. Landarcwest will go by the name of Landarcwest, A Mission Landscape Company. Paul Wong, co-founder of Landarcwest said, “By combining the best of both brands and LEED talents we provide our clients with a competitive advantage, along with the strongest value proposition in the industry today.”
About Mission Landscape Companies
Founded in 1970, the Mission Landscape Companies, headquartered in Tustin, California, is an ESOP and a landscape leader dedicated to serving the needs of Green general contractors, architects, developers, property managers, landscape architects, engineers, owners, athletic directors, facility managers and municipal authorities in multiple industry segments by providing a seamless service portfolio of economical, sustainable and comprehensive landscape solutions. Mission Landscape Companies provides landscape architecture, development, landscape maintenance, tree-care and environmental resources to the Western United States and International markets. With a focus on return on investment, best practices, inspiring green and sustainable designs, security and an outstanding customer experience, along with a roster of LEED certified landscape professionals, the Mission Landscape Companies provide its clients with a world-class value proposition. Visit http://www.missionlandscape.com for more information.
Judith M. Guido