STAMFORD, Ct. – Eastern Land Management, a commercial landscape and winter snow/ice services firm that's been in business for more than 40 years, has opened a 6-acre, 20,000 sq.-ft. campus in Monroe, Connecticut.
In conjunction with the new facility, ELM promoted Greg Gross to associate branch manager of the ELM Monroe branch. He will report directly to company president Bruce Moore Jr.
“Promoting from within yields great results,” Moore Jr. said. “Cultivating talented and motivated employees internally and advancing them when the time is right has long been a part of ELM’s great place to work culture.”
The expansion is part of ELM’s multi-year strategic investment. The campus will serve as a hub for its winter operations and will house ELM’s new zero-emission, all-electric fleet. In addition, the site will include safe and sustainable salt storage, an eco-friendly brine-making facility and a fleet of specialized vehicles and equipment. This equipment is for anti-icing pre-treatment, snow removal and post-storm liquid applications during winter weather events.
“Last year, we committed to dramatically take our green game up a notch,” Moore Jr. said. “With a special focus on alternative fuels,and less harmful approaches, we hope to make ELM a leader in sustainability and value creation.”
Moore Jr. is currently leading the Monroe roll-out, with Gross driving day-to-day operations. The new office is located at 154 Enterprise Drive, Monroe, CT 06468. For more information, contact Moore Jr. at 203-316-5433.