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The California Landscape Contractors Association, or CLCA, a non-profit trade organization of licensed and landscape-related contractors, presented Trophy Awards to San Fernando Valley, Ventura and Los Angeles county landscape contractors during its annual convention recently.

For San Fernando Valley:
· Gothic Landscape of Valencia won the top-tier Herb Frank Memorial Award (the best entry from all commercial installation categories) for their work at Villa Metro-Cielo Townhomes in Santa Clarita, in Model Homes Installation for their work at La Vita in Irvine, in Small Commercial/Industrial Installation at Sierra Crest LMD in Fontana, and outstanding achievement in Model Homes Installation and Water Features Installation at Highland Models in Lake Forest.
· Stay Green, Inc. of Santa Clarita won first place in Small Commercial for their work at McDonald’s in Canyon Country, first place in Medium HOA for their work at Cornerstone HOA in Valencia, outstanding achievement in Medium HOA for their work at Devonshire Village HOA in Northridge, first place in Large HOA for their work at Valencia Mayfair in Valencia, outstanding achievement in Large HOA for their work at Burbank Hills in Burbank, an outstanding achievement in Apartments/Condos/Townhouses for their work at Sonoma Apartments in Porter Ranch and an outstanding achievement in Public Works/Sports Parks & Athletic Facilities for their work at Zone T-5 in Newhall.california_landscape_contractors_association

For Ventura
· Dufau Landscaping of Oxnard won first place in Public Works for their work at the Garden in Thousand Oaks and a Humanitarian award for their work at The Museum Ventura County in Ventura.

For Los Angeles
· Gregory Davis & Assoc. of Culver City won first place in Large Residential and first place in Design/Build for their work at the Simon Residence in Torrance.
· Cadre Landscape of Los Angeles won first place in Large Commercial for their work at the Nestle Corporate Building in Glendale
· CLCA SFV Chapter – Signature Pools & Landscapes of Granada Hills won a Humanitarian award for their work at Friends of the Family in North Hills.
· Signature Pools & Landscapes of Granada Hills won a Humanitarian award for their work at Friends of the Family (the water feature) and an outstanding achievement in Design/Build for their work at the Marino Residence

· Stay Green, Inc. of Santa Clarita won first place in Small Commercial for their work at McDonald’s in Canyon Country, in Apartments/Condos/Townhouses Maintenance at Burbank Village Walk Corporation in Los Angeles, in Public Works/Sports Parks & Athletic Facilities Maintenance at Zone T-5 in Santa Clarita; and outstanding achievement in Large Commercial Maintenance for their work at Cheli Distribution Center, Inc. in Bell, in Medium HOA Maintenance at Two Eleven Spalding HOA in Beverly Hills.
· Johnny Appleseed Landscaping, Inc. of Beverly Hills won first place in Small Commercial/ Industrial for their work on the Marriott Beverly Hills Project in Los Angeles.
· Johnny Appleseed Landscaping, Inc. of Beverly Hills won Outstanding Achievement in Landscape Renovations for their work on the Rogers Ciaffa Residence Project in Los Angeles.
· Johnny Appleseed Landscaping, Inc. of Beverly Hills won Outstanding Achievement in Water Features for their work on the Marriott Beverly Hills Project in Los Angeles.
· Zone 24 Landscaping, Inc. of Torrance won Outstanding Achievement in Small Residential for their work on the Wagner Residence Project in Rolling Hills.

“The CLCA is thrilled to recognize the outstanding San Fernando Valley, Ventura, Los Angeles county landscapers and their projects. Our association’s core goal is to support our members as they create beautiful, enduring landscapes that improve the quality of life,” said Sandra Giarde, CLCA executive director. “Winning a Trophy Award not only supports our members, but instills pride in our community and recognizes quality workmanship that only a licensed contractor can offer.”

The Trophy Awards were established to encourage interest in landscaping, recognize crafts people who produce outstanding landscapes, create pride in superior workmanship and bestow public recognition on companies, institutions, municipalities and residents for their interest in a beautiful California. A total of 56 awards were presented from more than 121 entries. Two highly regarded landscape contractors traveled state-wide to personally inspect each and every one of the Trophy Award entrants. The judges rated projects on their artistic and technical merits.

About California Landscape Contractors’ Association
The California Landscape Contractors Association is a non-profit trade organization of licensed landscape and landscape-related contractors. Also included among its approximately 1,500 members are landscape suppliers, landscape architects, public officials, educators and students. Although formally incorporated in 1952, CLCA has been meeting as an association since 1937. For more information, visit our website or socialize with us on Facebook , Twitter and LinkedIn.

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