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Stay Green wins landscape awards

Stay Green Inc. brought home eight awards from the California Landscape Contractors Association

Posted: July 16, 2014 2:00 a.m.
Updated: July 16, 2014 2:00 a.m.

Stay Green won several landscaping awards for properties it maintains in Santa Clarita, Beverly Hills, Burbank and Palmdale. Above, Stay Green won first-place for maintenance of a large homeowners association at The Vineyards in Palmdale.

 

After being named as one of the nation’s top 100 landscape companies a few weeks ago, Santa Clarita’s Stay Green Inc. has also brought home eight more awards from the California Landscape Contractors Association.

Five the eight awards were for first place for properties Stay Green manages in Santa Clarita, Beverly Hills, Burbank and Palmdale.

First-place awards went to the local landscaping company for Large Commercial Maintenance for the Promenade at Town Center in Santa Clarita; Large Homeowners Association (HOA) Maintenance for The Vineyards HOA in Palmdale; Medium Commercial Maintenance for the Burbank Village Walk Corp.; Small HOA Maintenance for the 211 Spalding condominiums in Beverly Hills; and Public Works Install for a public community zone in Valencia Hills in Santa Clarita.

In some categories, Stay Green swept up both of the awards in the class.

“When my father started this company, his top priority was excellent service, and that has never changed,” said Stay Green CEO Chris Angelo.

The awards were presented to the top landscaping companies at the San Fernando Valley’s chapter of the CLCA at the 55th annual Landscape Beautification Awards event on June 28.

The 44-year-old landscaping firm also received three Outstanding Achievement awards for Large Commercial Maintenance, for the Summit CC Owners Association in Santa Clarita; Large HOA Maintenance for the Sienna Villas in Santa Clarita; and Small HOA Maintenance for the Treana HOA in the Santa Clarita Valley’s Stevenson Ranch community.

“These awards are a reminder that we continue to hit the mark in going above and beyond for our clients,” Angelo said.

The firm also landed prizes in 20 percent of all categories judged.

The quality of Stay Green’s work clearly stood out among the award entries, said Nelson Colvin, a member of the CLCA San Fernando Valley chapter’s board.

“They lead by doing. They think excellence, they study excellence and they produce excellence,” Colvin said. “If founder Richard Angelo is visiting a property and sees a weed, he will pull it and put it in the trash. That kind of leadership is what makes a good company.”

The CLCA is a nonprofit trade organization of landscape contractors.

 

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