Landscape Workshop, based in Birmingham and the largest landscape services company in Alabama, has expanded to Nashville by acquiring the commercial landscaping division of Chemscape, a Hendersonville, Tennessee-based pest control company. With this acquisition, Landscape Workshop now has locations across Tennessee in Memphis, Nashville and Knoxville, in addition to six locations throughout Alabama. Landscape Workshop is a portfolio company of McKinney Capital.
Here is the release from Landscape Workshop:
Landscape Workshop has recently completed the acquisition of Chemscape’s commercial landscaping division, based in Nashville, TN. By expanding operations to Nashville, Landscape Workshop now has the scope to perform commercial landscaping maintenance throughout all of Tennessee in addition to all of Alabama. This will enable Landscape Workshop to maintain more properties for their existing regional customers.
Not only are we excited to grow Landscape Workshop through the addition of a new branch location, but we’re also extremely excited to grow in the addition of the new team members! Many individuals of the Nashville team, including Account Manager Patrick Waddell as well as many of the crew members, were employees of Chemscape who have transitioned to Landscape Workshop through the acquisition, and offer a great level of familiarity with our Nashville clients’ needs.
We look forward to expanding our presence in the Southeast through the Chemscape acquisition, and are fully committed to providing high quality service and proactive management to all existing and new customers!
Landscape Workshop is a full-service grounds management company that has been providing professional service and expert maintenance for outdoor commercial spaces for over 30 years. Landscape Workshop’s goal is to help its’ customers achieve business goals, maintain property value, and attract customers and tenants. Landscape Workshop has the ability to serve properties throughout all of Alabama and Tennessee as well as in the Florida panhandle.