Landscape Contractor / Design Build Maintain

APR 2018

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Landscape Contractor / Design • Build • Maintain (LC/DBM) (ISSN 2150-9093), is published monthly by Landscape Communications, Inc. 14771 Plaza Drive, Suite A, Tustin, California, 92780 Phone: 714-979-5276; Fax: 714-434-3862. Online version (ISSN 2150-9170). Copyright 2018 by Landscape Communications, Inc. Printed in the U.S.A. All rights reserved. Contents may not be reprinted or otherwise reproduced without written permission. Periodicals postage paid at Tustin, CA and additional mailing offices. Subscription Inquiries: Send new or renewal notices or change of address (send both new and old addresses) to Landscape Contractor / Design • Build • Maintain, P.O. Box 1126, Tustin, CA 92781-1126. Subscriptions: Licensed Landscape Contractors free of charge. Others: Continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii & Canada, 12 issues, $34 .95, 24 issues, $55.00, Mexico: 12 issues, $65.00 per year. Additional copies may be purchased by contacting LC/DBM at circulation@landscapeonline.com or 714-979-5276 ext. 115. Postmaster: Please send address changes to Landscape Contractor / Design • Build • Maintain, P.O. Box 1126, Tustin, CA 92781-1126. >> Recently, Mullin Landscape Associates came together to participate in a community outreach project for a Catholic Charities of New Orleans' Head Start program. For this project, the company's employ - ees volunteered their time to enhance the playground at St. Paul the Apostle, which is lo- cated along the Chef Menteur Highway in east New Orleans. They installed an educational and child- friendly butterfly garden that consisted of four beds created out of concrete masonry units to create a beautiful new outdoor learning envi - ronment. The plants will provide a safe haven for butterflies, along with excitement and a unique learning experience to the children of St. Paul the Apostle. Four cubic yards of soil were used and donated for the butterfly garden. The Mullin Landscape team members also transformed an empty concrete space into a bike trail with games for the children. The project was created to provide the school with a space to aid the children's well-being. For the bike, trail Mullin Landscape used Tuff - crete concrete stain on the previously laid pavement and painted games for the children to enjoy while engaging in physical activity. The stain will provide longevity to the color vi - brancy for the children for many years to come. The project received materials from Char - vet's Garden Center, Helm Paint & Decorat- ing, Home Depot Inc. and Masonry Products, whose generous donations provided everything needed including, concrete masonry units, plants and the concrete stain. Mullin Landscape was happy to give back to the community and grateful for the benefits of the team building aspect of this endeavor. The company is a comprehensive landscape design and build firm offering a wide range of landscape services, from landscape architecture and site planning to landscape construction and maintenance. With a staff of over 75, they are proud to offer their services to residential and commercial clients, as well as to other design professionals, developers and institutions. LC DBM If you have a project where landscape services were donated pro bono, you can submit your Off the Clock proposal to: stewardship@landscapeonline.com or call Mike Dahl at (714) 979-5276 x124. Story Ideas? Above Employees from Mullin Landscape Associates donated time and labor to upgrade a Head Start program location in New Orleans. Using donated materials from local vendors, the volunteers installed four raised plant beds from concrete masonry units that were mortared together. The beds were then filled with butterfly bush, rosemary, society garlic, sweet alyssum, milkweed, ornamental cabbage, mixed petunia and mixed pansy. Above, Right On the existing concrete pad, the landscape team used different Tuffcrete waterproofing concrete color stains to create a bike trail and various play areas. Project Gives Children Head Start by Mallory Tusa, Mullin Landscape Associates 54 LC DBM OFF THE CLOCK

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