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BIRMINGHAM — Landscape Workshop recently acquired the landscape operations of A Cut Above Landscape Management, based in Columbus, Georgia.

Brad Terrell started A Cut Above Landscape Management in 1989 with a focus on large commercial maintenance jobs. “We have spent years building trust with our customers through an excellent team that can provide excellent service in all areas of commercial landscaping service,” he said. “It was important for us to partner with a company that is focused on continuing to deliver exceptional service to our customers, with increased capacity and proven systems, to help our customers even more. It was also important for us to partner with a company that will take good care of our employees, as well as create growth opportunities for our team members over the long term.”

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“Landscape Workshop has an established presence in central Georgia, Montgomery and Auburn, and we are excited to grow in the Columbus community,” said JT Price, CEO of Landscape Workshop. “A Cut Above is Columbus’ premier landscaping company, and as these LW offers the opportunity to expand our service area while continuing to provide exceptional service to our customers. We are pleased to welcome the members of the A Cut Above team in the LW family.

Landscape Workshop is a full-service grounds management company that has been providing professional service and expert maintenance for outdoor commercial spaces since 1984. Landscape Workshop serves 12 markets in Southeast Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, of Kentucky and Florida. Landscape Workshop is backed by Carousel Capital and McKinney Capital.

Last year, the company ranked 47th on our Top 100 list.

Bradley served as Landscape Workshop’s legal counsel in this transaction. A Cut Above Landscape Management was represented by Richard Kemmer, Jr. of Kemmer Law in Columbus, Georgia.