ValleyCrest Wins PLANET Awards

ValleyCrest has been named the recipient of five Professional Landcare Network (PLANET) Environmental Improvement Awards.

Greg Harbison of ValleyCrest receives his award.

The awards honor landscape and lawn care professionals who execute superior projects, increase public awareness of environmental improvement, and encourage the consistent use of quality materials and workmanship.

Among ValleyCrest’s five honors are three Grand Awards–two for ValleyCrest Landscape Development and one for ValleyCrest Landscape Maintenance.

Grand Award Recipients 

Gulf Coast Town Center – ValleyCrest Landscape Maintenance Fort Myers/Naples, FL

The Gulf Coast Town Center is a complete shopping experience featuring a village-like setting on over 60 lush acres in Ft. Myers, FL. The center differentiates itself in the marketplace with a landscape designed to enhance the comfortable outdoor shopping and entertainment experience.

The diverse plant palette showcases more than 500 flowering trees and over 400 native and exotic palms, many of which are over 30 feet in height and add a majestic feel.

The landscape doesn’t just look pretty; it’s highly functional, especially in the activity areas where the turf areas sustain constant foot traffic.

Marlins Park – ValleyCrest Landscape Development South Florida

Marlins Park is the country’s first ballpark to seek LEED®-certification. Construction of the field began in fall 2011. Sod installation began sixty days out from Opening Day on February 2nd and was fully complete—four days later—on February 6th.

ValleyCrest’s team also performed construction work including synthetic turf bullpens, batting tunnels, outfield wall padding, infield clay, home plate and all bases, a removable pitcher’s mound and foul ball netting, as well as a full irrigation system.

Sacramento Airport Central Terminal B – ValleyCrest Landscape Development Sacramento, CA

In an effort to boost Sacramento County’s local economy, attract tourism and increase the amount of air carriers into the region, Sacramento Airport underwent a $1.1 billion renovation at its aging 40-year-old Terminal B.

Appropriately nicknamed “The Big Build,” the new Central Terminal B is the largest public construction capital improvement project in Sacramento County to date. ValleyCrest worked as a subcontractor to Austin-Walsh to complete the landscape amenities associated with the terminal, including drainage, hardscape, masonry, irrigation, landscape planting, site furnishings and stormwater management.

Merit Award Recipient 

Turtle Run Community Development District – ValleyCrest Landscape Maintenance Coral Springs, FL

Turtle Run in Coral Springs, FL consists of 630 acres of commercial and residential property, parks, schools, and water management areas.

ValleyCrest maintains approximately 35 acres of landscaped right-of-ways, medians, and park areas and is responsible for all aspects of landscape maintenance throughout the community and the native wildlife preserve, as well as irrigation water management and porter service.

Extensive irrigation work provided the customer with an estimated water usage savings of over 50%.

Recognition Award Recipient 

The Japanese Garden at the Huntington Library, Art Collections, & Botanical Gardens – ValleyCrest Landscape Development Pre-Construction Services & ValleyCrest Landscape Development Los Angeles

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