May 2015
Vol. 5, Issue #5
In This Newsletter
Spring into a New Career
New at Landesign: Continuing Education
Weed Abatement
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Luis Quintana, our new Landscape Lighting Professional!

Spring into a New Career! 
  May is here! It's unbelievable how fast this year is going. It seemed like only yesterday we were ringing in the New Year and now we're almost halfway through 2015. We are busy out in the field as well as in the office training our new hires.

We are always looking for good people to work in both of our construction and maintenance divisions.

If you love working outdoors consider us a place to help build your career or the career of someone you know. Visit our career page, here! 


John and Denise Fitzgerald
Landesign C&M, Founders
What's New at Landesign
Continuing Education for Account Managers & Irrigation Techs 

At Landesign we continue to foster a positive culture with our employees.
Our goal is to optimize employees motivation and retention while providing educated and informed employees to serve our customers.
Water Management Specialists Maurilio Ramirez, Brad Amos, and Stacy Dedrick.
Recently, our Account Managers, Maurilio Ramirez, Brad Amos, and Stacy Dedrick completed the CLCA Water Management Course in Oakland! They are eagerly preparing to serve the Bay Area's Water Conservation efforts and are bringing their new found skills to their existing accounts!

Look out for our next issue for updated results on how these account managers are making an impact in how your property manages its water usage!  

Last but not least, Luis Quintana from our Irrigation Division completed a comprehensive professional skills course in Solid State Lighting for Landscape Lighting Professionals. This course was conducted by Vista Professional Outdoor Lighting.
Congratulations Luis on becoming a lighting professional!

Weed Abatement 

Protecting Your Property in California's

Property owners are responsible to maintain their High Weeds throughout this dry season. In California's prevailing drought it is crucial to maintain a defensible space to protect your property investments.

Here are some Fire Safe precautions that you should follow:
  • Remove all dead limbs that overhang any part of a structure.
  • Clear away any flammable vegetation within 10 feet of wood piles and storage containers.
  • Clear pine needles, leaves or other debris from your roof.
  • Provide a defensible space that extends at least 30 feet out from your house in all directions.
  • Consider fire safe landscape design enhancements that double your defense layer.
Sonoma County requires all high weeds to be cut down by June 1st!

Landesign is here to help you control and maintain your defensible space. Please contact us here for more information on how we can shape up your property for a dry summer!
Landesign Construction & Maintenance, Inc.
P. O. Box 2326
Santa Rosa, California  95403
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