Landscape Workshop Acquires Liberty Land Management Group, Inc.

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Landscape Workshop recently completed the acquisition of Liberty Land
Management Group, Inc., expanding its footprint into a new territory, the Southwest region of Florida.

Throughout the years, Liberty Land Management Group has had immense growth and success in the landscape industry. Since its inception by Bob and Teresa Keating, Liberty has set a standard of excellence in commercial landscaping across Southwest Florida. The company’s steadfast reputation is a testament to its commitment to quality, reliability, and the consistent delivery of superior commercial landscaping services.

“Our reputation for delivering exceptional results has been cultivated by fostering growth and development within our team. We prioritize our relationships with our clients and our employees. That’s where Landscape Workshop aligns perfectly with our values—they not only acknowledge the worth of our dedicated professionals but also promise avenues for their continuous advancement,” says Bob Keating.

Bob and Teresa will be supporting transition efforts as consultants with Landscape Workshop to facilitate a seamless transition for both clients and the team.

J.T. Price, CEO of Landscape Workshop, announced the acquisition: “We are pleased to announce our expansion into the Southwest Florida market through the acquisition of Liberty Land Management Group. This represents a culmination of diligent planning and the well-established success of Liberty. We are thrilled to integrate the Liberty team into the LW family, further solidifying our presence in Florida.”

Landscape Workshop is a full-service grounds management firm, delivering professional service and expert maintenance for commercial outdoor spaces since 1984. Serving 26 Southeastern markets, Landscape Workshop operates in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Florida. Landscape Workshop is backed by Carousel Capital and McKinney Capital.

Stuart Maxey and Butler Sparks of Bradley served as Landscape Workshop’s legal counsel in this transaction. Liberty Land Management Group was represented by J. Paul Raymond with Macfarlane Ferguson & McMullen. Josh Ward of Longleaf Strategic Partners acted as financial advisor on the transaction.

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