Top awards come home to Colorado Email
Colorado Green NOW
Written by Becky Garber   
Tuesday, October 27, 2015 09:00 AM

 

Gold starDuring National Association of Landscape Professionals’ annual LANDSCAPES conference last week in Louisville, 3 ALCC member firms received top NALP landscape awards and ALCC’s Kristen Fefes, CAE was recognized by Lawn & Landscape magazine for her exceptional leadership within the industry. 

Kristen Fefes with fellow NALP Leadership Award winnersALCC Executive Director Kristen Fefes, CAE, was among 4 industry pros honored by Lawn & Landscape with a 2015 Leadership Award “for going above and beyond in their dedication to staff, customers and industry."  Fefes was the only association executive to be recognized with the Leadership Award.

Timberline Landscaping wins NALP Awards of Excellence 2015Timberline Landscaping, Inc., Colorado Springs received a Grand Award in the category of erosion control and ecological restoration for the Manitou Incline Trail Restoration, Phase I. The company also received two Merit Awards for work at The Broadmoor Hotel and The Olympic Training Center. Timberline was also recognized for their safety record and having the most Landscape Industry Certified Individuals on their team. Timberline’s owner Tim Emick and several team members were on hand to receive the award.

Lifescape Colorado wins 2015 NALP Award of ExcellenceLifescape Associates, Denver, received a Grand Award for Grand award from the National Association of Landscape Professionals Awards of Excellence Program for the Castle Pines Residence design. Project manager Mike Ransom, designer Leanne Ostheimer Company owner Michael Hupf, accepted the award.

Terracare Associates, Littleton, received an award for maintenance of Rampart Range Metro District in Lone Tree. The firm also received awards for three other projects outside Colorado.

Colorado Green NOW will report on additional NALP award winners in a future issue.

Read more in this issue of Colorado Green NOW:
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Current staff can be key to the recruitment process
Will your business be subject to ACA's "Cadillac tax"?
Using recycled glass in the landscape

 
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