Landscape Development Inc. (LDI), the industry-leading landscape services company, is excited to announce the opening of a new Sacramento Division. Answering to client requests and a growing housing market, this new office expands the company’s service territory well into Northern California.
Dudley Mallinson has been appointed division president, tasked with broadening LDI’s service territory and client base. The new division will offer the same core services as provided throughout the California and Nevada company network, including construction, maintenance, landscape architecture, earth services, preconstruction and design-build services.
“I am thrilled to rejoin the LDI family and build on the success of my colleagues. The LDI brand stands for quality, innovation, trust and reliability, and I am excited to bring these traits to the many unique landscaping opportunities Sacramento and Northern California have to offer,” Dudley said. “The decision to expand our presence into Northern California is a logical step in growing the company, while improving customer service to our existing clients along the Interstate 5 and Highway 99 freeway corridor, as well as into the overall Bay Area suburban market.”
Dudley holds a graduate degree in landscape architecture from Sheffield University, England. He moved to California in 2000 to work at LDI as a project manager and was a key contributor to the steady growth of the company. Over the past 20 years, his career has spanned a truly diverse project portfolio, requiring expertise in design, estimation, preconstruction and project management.
“This expansion is an exciting time for LDI and, along with recent maintenance acquisitions, marks another great milestone for the company. I am thankful for the opportunity to include the LDI brand as part of Sacramento’s continued rejuvenation and growth and look forward to seeing our trucks and uniforms all around our state’s capital,” said CEO Gary Horton.
The new offices are located at 2255 Cemo Circle in Gold River, Calif., 95670. Mr. Mallinson may be reached by phone at 916-491-0858 and email at email@example.com.
About Landscape Development Inc. (LDI)
Landscape Development, Inc. is the industry-leading, integrated site and landscape services company serving all of California. From site design through construction, protection and maintenance, we provide personal, capable solutions for your site needs. Our collaborative team turns your vision into reality. We are exceptionally enthusiastic Green Industry professionals, dedicating our careers to working on your behalf. We’re licensed architects, skilled craftsmen, erosion control technicians, and exacting managers. From design to management to emergency site response, we’ve got you covered, 24/7, 365 days a year.
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