ROSWELL, Ga. – SiteOne Landscape Supply, alongside customers and suppliers, invested time, talent and materials at Champions Place to create a special outdoor living space for its residents. Champions Place is made possible by Champions Community Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving physically challenged young adults who have aged out of high school programs. It is committed to improving the lives of young adults with physical disabilities, enabling them to reach their full potential as self-reliant, productive and fulfilled citizens in their local community. Watch the outdoor transformation and hear from Champions Place residents on SiteOne’s YouTube channel.
Champions Place landscaping was made possible with volunteer installation by All-American Landscape, Aqua Underground, Davis Landscape, J&J Landscape, LDC Landscape, Meadows Landscape, Metro Contracting, Oasis Landscape and Irrigation, Russell Landscape Group, Showcase Outdoor Lighting, Sprinkalawn and Young Earth Systems.
The list of suppliers who provided their time and material included: 3 Rivers Nursery, ADS, Belgard, Coyote Grill, Cresline, Dorsey Farms, Dudley Nursery, Evergreen Nursery, Flowerwood Nursery, Greenleaf Nursery OK, Hunter, Lakeside Trees, May Nursery, NDS, Netafim, Quail Hollow Nursery, Rain Bird, Rockmart Slate, Scenic Hills Nursery, Simpson Nursery, Southern Nursery Products, Spears, Synthetic Turf Resources, Techniseal, Toro, Vulcan Materials and Windmill Nursery.
“It is an honor and privilege to team up with our partners to make this space a reality for the exceptional young men and women who call Champions Place home,” said Doug Black, CEO of SiteOne Landscape Supply. “This was a total team effort from those in the industry who truly believe in being stronger together, to make a big impact in the communities we serve.”
Randy Moody, area sales manager at SiteOne Landscape Supply, oversaw the project. He said there were quite a few challenges they ran into, but the results of Champions Place were amazing. “The living space is state-of-the-art and looks great,” Moody said. “However, through the landscaping, we were really able to transform Champions Place into a true home.”
Over $325,000 in materials and installation services were gifted to Champions Place. The installation of the project included: 23 irrigation zones, 100 trees, 1,600 plants, 36,500 square feet of Tiftuf Bermuda sod, 3,500 square feet of paver patio, 5,000 square feet of synthetic turf, a drainage system, an outdoor kitchen, a fire pit, water features and entrance signage.