Michael Hatcher & Associates opens 22-acre headquarters

The office will include a new 10,000 square foot facility, display libraries and a 144-seat conference room.

Michael Hatcher & Associates, a landscaping contractor we covered in our January cover story, opened its new 22-acre home office in Desoto County on Sept. 8. Guests of the open house will be a part of a ribbon cutting ceremony, featuring Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves, and a tour of the new headquarters.

The new headquarters of Michael Hatcher & Associates, named The Landscape Center, includes a 10,000 square foot office facility, display libraries, which will consist of gardens, raised planters and urban gardening opportunities, and a conference room that is capable of seating 144 people.

“Our new Landscape Center is a vision that I have not only for our company but for our landscaping industry as well,” said Michael Hatcher, chief executive officer of Michael Hatcher & Associates.

This vision includes further community involvement, such as school trips for students to tour and become educated on gardening, and the implementation of trending topics such as sustainability and urban agriculture. While these new trends move in to The Landscape Center, however, landscaping trademarks such as outdoor kitchens and patios and other landscaping and horticultural services will still be available as well.

Whether it is students or customers who visits the Landscape Center, however, all audiences will have an opportunity to do exactly what the Center is intended to do, to educate.

“The Landscape Center is about positioning our company as a leader in the landscaping industry,” said Hatcher. “Furthermore, it’s about setting us apart in our market and educating our community in the process.”
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