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Waterscape Creations won the First Place Trophy Award in the water features category.

| March 13, 2014

Fallbrook, Calif. – Waterscape Creations, an award winning design and construction company for ponds and waterfalls headquartered in Fallbrook, California, was awarded a prestigious First Place Trophy Award in the Water Features category by the California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA). The award was for the outstanding work on the Grand Tradition Estate and Gardens’ Compass Garden and honors the best fountain, waterfall and/or pond in the state of California.
 
“We are thrilled to have our work at the Grand Tradition Estate and Gardens recognized by the CLCA,” said Bob Jorgensen, owner of Waterscape Creations. “We used real boulders with some up to six feet in diameter to create a completely natural looking water feature. The end result was beautiful and I am glad that the judges agreed.”
 
Two highly regarded green industry veterans traveled state-wide to personally inspect each and every one of the 120-plus Trophy Award entrants. The judges, who rated projects on their artistic and technical merits, were extremely impressed with the work done by Waterscape Creations, Inc. According to the judges' notebook, they were most impressed with this projects placement of boulders.
 
“The honor of having our Compass Terrace and Gardens’ water feature designated by CLCA as the best water feature in the entire state of California is an incredible validation of the guest comments we have been receiving.  We could not be more honored and pleased,” exclaimed Don McDougal, C.E.O. of Grand Tradition Estate and Gardens.
 
Waterscape Creations was also honored locally by the San Diego Chapter of the CLCA with a first place award for the best water feature/commercial for the same project.

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