The crew seeding the first phase of the Bennington Welcome Center. You don’t realize how large this retention area is until you see one of our crew members in the yellow vest in the distance.
Landscape installation is always one of the last steps in the construction of a new facility. The Landshapes crew is enjoying its contribution to a beautiful new academic building on the Dartmouth College campus. The photo below shows our work installing some all-critical drainage at the nearly completed Dartmouth Visual Arts Center.
The crew was excited to share photos of the scissor curb being installed at the Dartmouth Visual Arts Center project.
Late June saw some heavy duty hardscaping at the Dartmouth Visual Arts Center project. While some of our Stone Masons lay the large granite pavers, others set some of the granite steps in place. Each stone weighed approximately 500-600 lbs. each.
Enfield, NH residence. Our Stone Masons have been working diligently on this patio, pool coping and walkway.
Working under the lights at Dartmouth Visual Arts Center to meet an extremely aggressive schedule. (Nothing like working a 16 hour day!)
Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH. The crew started the Visual Arts Center project recently. Here they are setting Large Granite block to be used as Benches.
The crew hard at work loading trees from our small nursery here in Richmond. These pretty flowering Crabapples were dug for Jay Peak. The guys planted them later during the day.
The Guys were excited about the new Finn T120 Hydroseeder that was dropped off at the shop this morning. Now we can have two crews out seeding at the same time. The new Hydroseeder will come in handy when we start the Bennington Welcome Center project later this season. There is 243,700 square feet of lawn and meadow seed to spread for this installation.