Gravely Ovis
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by Alicia LoPresti
3d ago
Photo: Gravely Built like a tank and equipped with an endless appetite, the Gravely Ovis 40 RC lets you mow where traditional ride-on mowers shouldn’t – or even couldn’t. Its low center of gravity delivers high expectations which allows its superior traction and track design while still providing the ground clearance needed. Thanks to its powerful flail-style mowing deck, it chews through any type of tall, overgrown grass – even thick stalks. This is the best way to mow a high, overgrown, slippery incline. Find Your Nearest Dealer The post Gravely Ovis first appeared on Landscape Management ..read more
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2024 LM150: From bishops to Cardinals and beyond with Focal Pointe
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by Rob DiFranco
3d ago
Focal Pointe — No. 87 on the 2024 LM150 list — has been a steady riser over the last three years. The Caseyville, Ill.-based operation made its LM150 debut in 2022, ranking No. 123 with revenue of $21,003,054. Fast forward two years and the company, led by founder and CEO John Munie, has grown its revenue to $38,890,000 and vaulted into the ranks of the top 100 revenue-generating firms in the country. How has Focal Pointe done this? If you ask Munie, it starts with his people and their commitment to being more than a landscaping company. Humble beginnings John Munie Munie launched Focal Pointe ..read more
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2024 LM150: Designscapes Colorado continues a steady rise up the rankings
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by Scott Hollister
3d ago
Phil Steinhauer When Phil Steinhauer started Designscapes Colorado in 1992, he had one goal top of mind as he crafted the company’s first mission statement. As much as he was getting into the landscaping business, he was equally focused on making sure his new endeavor was in the relationship business, as well. Based on the company’s track record, consider that mission accomplished. “We’re actually doing a renovation job right now for one of the first customers we worked with 32 years ago,” says Steinhauer, the company’s CEO and lead landscape architect. “I’m really proud of those long-term rel ..read more
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2024 LM150: How Ethoscapes is rocketing up the list 
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by Seth Jones
3d ago
Houston is currently the fourth largest city in America, and it’s growing rapidly. According to the organization Greater Houston Partnership, the city added 139,789 new residents in 2023, a 1.9-percent increase, behind only Dallas among America’s 20 largest metros. Here’s another ranking to make Houston proud: No. 2 fastest-growing out of 150, and 203 percent growth in revenue, year over year. Those numbers belong to Houston-based Ethoscapes, where the company proudly finds itself as the second fastest-growing company on the 2024 LM150 list. Ethoscapes ranks No. 40 overall, with $80 million in ..read more
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2024 LM150: Onward and upward
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by Scott Hollister
3d ago
The landscape industry’s decade-long winning streak showed no signs of slowing in 2023. If anything, it only picked up pace. The 2024 LM150 list highlighted yet another year of strong revenue growth, with companies reporting combined revenue of more than $18.5 billion in 2023. That represents a 14 percent increase over the total reported last year, and on average, companies that provided information to LM reported revenue increases of 20 percent vs. 2022. This year’s LM150 list is brought to you by Aspire Software, John Deere and Weathermatic. (Graphic: LM Staff) The last time the LM150 list s ..read more
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2024 LM150: Ready for liftoff, this year’s biggest risers
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by LM Staff
3d ago
(Graphic: LM Staff) More than 40 companies on the 2024 LM150 list experienced more than 20 percent growth from last year. Executives from those companies share how they work to recruit and retain their employees to help fuel that growth. The 2024 LM150 list, is sponsored by Aspire Software, John Deere and Weathermatic. Growth Rank Overall Rank Company % Change from 2022 1 106 Valor Landscape 237% 2 40 Ethoscapes 203% 3 29 Senske Services 101% 4 39 Fairwood Brands 96% 5 90 KeyServ Co. 87% 6 34 Sunrise Landscape 80% 7 129 Texas Land Care 75%   102 Cherrylake 75% 9 133 U ..read more
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LM150: 2024 list by region
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by LM Staff
3d ago
Graphic: LM Staff A look at the 2024 LM150 list — sorted for top performers by region. The 2024 LM150 list is sponsored by Aspire Software, John Deere and Weathermatic. Editor’s note: Not all companies report regional data. Dollar amounts were calculated by Landscape Management from the data reported. Northeast Southeast Midwest Southwest West Northeast 1 Bartlett Tree Experts $221,260,000 2 Mariani Premier Group $158,100,000 3 SavATree $149,110,000 4 Ruppert Landscape $128,973,000 5 Outworx Group $84,000,000 6 Divisions Maintenance Group $81,801,094 7 Chenmark $63,100,856 ..read more
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LM150: 2024 Top 25
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by LM Staff
3d ago
Graphic: LM Staff A look at the 2024 LM150 list — sorted for top performers by client mix, profit centers and regions. The 2024 LM150 list is sponsored by Aspire Software, John Deere and Weathermatic. Editor’s note: Not all companies report client mix, profit center and regional data. Dollar amounts were calculated by LM from data reported. Landscape construction is included in design/build and installation figures. By Mix By Profit Center By Mix Commercial Residential Government Commercial 1 HeartLand $534,747,000 2 Yellowstone Landscape $463,200,000 3 Gothic Landscape $396 ..read more
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LM150 2024 rankings: The industry’s top 150 revenue-generating firms
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by LM Staff
3d ago
Graphic: LM Staff Below are the results of Landscape Management‘s 2024 LM150 listing of the industry’s top 150 revenue-generating firms, including individual company figures. The 2024 LM150 list, sponsored by Aspire Software, John Deere and Weathermatic. LEGEND NR = Not reported * Indicates estimate, based on projected revenue reported in 2023 ^ Indicates a portion of reported revenue was removed (such as structural pest control, termite control or other non-green industry service)  # Company Headquarters 2023 Revenue (USD) % Change from 2022 1 BrightView Holdings Blue Bell, Pa. $2 ..read more
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Nufarm: The Warm-Season Weed Champ
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by Alicia LoPresti
4d ago
Photo: Nufarm Now entering the ring: Southpaw Herbicide from Nufarm. Defeat weeds, counter callbacks and take on warm-season turf challenges with multiple modes of action. Southpaw Herbicide provides broad-spectrum control of sedge, broadleaf and kyllinga weeds in warm-season turf. Whether it’s Bermudagrass, zoysiagrass, centipedegrass or St. Augustinegrass, keep weeds off your turf with Southpaw and get the job done right the first time. With no signal word and a wide treatment window, save time and labor with Southpaw. Learn more The post Nufarm: The Warm-Season Weed Champ first appeared on ..read more
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