MONROE, WA —
Pacific Earth Works was recently recognized with two 2017 Environmental Landscape Awards by the Washington Association of Landscape Professionals (WALP) at its annual state convention.
Recognized with a Grand Award in the Commercial Construction category, was the ‘Rufus 2.0 – Day 1 and Spheres’ (Project Manager – Mike Brandvold, Superintendent – Paul Klewin). This project included right of way, ground level both on and off structure and green roof landscape. The project featured multiple types of surfacing including synthetic pet turf and unique planting around the downtown Seattle glass spheres.
Receiving the Grand Award was the ‘Village at Totem Lake’ project in the Commercial Construction category (Project Manager – Aaron Ascher, Superintendent – Ell Roy Oster). This impressive project is a new retail mall and had approximately 250 planter pots. The unique factor on this was the established feel since the whole project was installed with mostly mature plants, most trees being in the 4-8 inch caliper range. The team also restored and existing wetland and installed a 5000 sf green roof.
Pacific Earth Works based in Monroe, WA is a full service landscape general contracting firm specializing in commercial and high-end residential projects. The company has been in business for 40 years and has been recognized in the past for its various landscape construction, irrigation, athletic field and park development, wetland mitigation and green roof installation projects.
To request more information about Pacific Earth Works, please call 206.625.1749, visit www.pacificearthworks.com, or e-mail [email protected]