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Bemus Landscape receives California landscape award

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The company was recognized for its work at One Ford Road.

| January 7, 2011

SAN CLEMENTE, Calif., – Bemus Landscape, a residential community in Newport Beach, Calif., received the 2010 John Redmond Memorial Trophy Award for best landscape maintenance in California.  

The award was presented by the California Landscape Contractors Association at its annual convention in November. The award is sponsored by Landscape Contractors Insurance Services.
 
In response to the win, Bemus general manager, Jon Parry, said, “We are honored to be recognized by our peers in the green industry. One Ford Road has been in our care since we installed the gardens more than a decade ago. Our team makes a dedicated effort to provide environmentally-sustainable solutions; this award reminds us that long-term thinking delivers consistent and beneficial results.”
 
One Ford Road, a 35-acre community built on the site of a former Ford aerospace plant, was recognized for the health and vitality of its semi-formal gardens, mature trees, and water features. The property’s landscape includes rose gardens, cultivated green space, a professional quality putting green, and heritage trees all irrigated by water-smart conservation technology.
 
In addition to receiving CLCA’s statewide Trophy Award, Bemus and One Ford Road were recognized by PLANET, the green industry’s professional trade association, with a 2010 national environmental improvement award of merit for excellence in landscaping.

 

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