Landscape Contractor / Design Build Maintain

AUG 2012

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PEOPLE IN THE NEWS Vic Swann Joe Sandock Information Request # 384 Chris Gray LebanonTurf an- nounced three sales and product manage- ment appointments. Vic Swann has been named national sales- manager, Joe San- dock territory sales manager and Chris- topher Gray product manager. Swann will lead the sales team in North America with an emphasis on the con- tinued growth of the traditional and bionu- tritional categories as well as development of distributor relation- ships. As territory sales manager, San- dock will develop and implement sales and service strategies and programs for distribu- tors and customers. Gray's responsibilities as product manager include Identifying new fertilizer products and managing existing fertilizer prod- uct offerings. Kevin Caldwell Tree Care Industry Association, the national trade association for commercial and utility tree care companies, announced the installa- tion of Kevin Caldwell as chair of the Board of Directors. Caldwell, president of Caldwell Tree Care in Roswell, Ga., was installed at the annual Winter Management Conference in Curacao. The board is elected by the members to set policy and the strategic direction of the association, which provides safety and educa- tional programs, meetings, publications and guidelines for tree care companies Daniel Norris Stano Landscaping was awarded a 2012 Gold Award for the Monroe Clinic - Northwest Addi- tion from Wisconsin Landscape Contractors Association. The state award was received for the greenroof installation at Monroe Clinic in Monroe, Wisc. Daniel Norris, landscape architect and project manager stated, "This project included three spectacular, very com- plicated greenroof areas. Vegetated trays were hoisted to their respective roofs by crane, each lift delivering 36 tray modules, with each mod- ule hand-placed. The shear amount of trays containing plants, coupled with unseasonably hot weather created a critical timeline." Information Request # 455 32 LC DBM Ted Corvey Ted Corvey, vice president of sales and marketing for Pine Hall Brick Company, was recently honored as Volunteer of the Year by the Brick Industry Association. The award is

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