Our partnerships allow us to provide an even richer experience to our customers.
empowers a select group of highly qualified, regionally-based landscape contractors with a powerful portfolio of business systems to dramatically improve their growth, profitability and productivity.
They combine best-in-class sales and operations systems with continuing professional development, recruitment, and training to provide licensees the tools and skills necessary to optimize the quality of their delivered service products and the lifetime value of their customer accounts.
The Pennsylvania Landscape and Nursery Association (PLNA)
enhances the success of its members through knowledge, advocacy, and promotion of the horticultural industry. The PLNA is the leading trade association representing Pennsylvania’s $3.1 billion green industry. Founded in 1904, its 750 members include production nurseries, garden centers, landscape contractors and designers, arborists, interiorscape firms, florists and other private sector companies in Pennsylvania’s rapidly growing green industry.
The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP)
(formerly known as PLANET) sets the highest standards in the landscape industry through education, safety programs and certification. The NALP are joined by thousands of professionals who are committed to creating and maintaining beautiful, healthy landscapes including the ball fields, parks and backyards that are an essential part of our lives.
The Pittsburgh Botanic Garden’s
purpose is to develop the region’s first comprehensive botanical garden. The Pittsburgh Botanic Garden will be unique in its scope and focus on displays of regional flora, horticultural and environmental education, and research into botanical issues of regional importance.
The Builders Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh (BAMP)
is a non-profit trade organization comprised of home builders, light commercial builders and associate members, including suppliers, subcontractors, lenders, manufacturers, utilities, realtors and architects. Originally chartered in 1938, the Association has grown to more than 1,300 members in Allegheny, Beaver, Butler and Westmoreland counties.