Landscape Workshop Expands Again in Huntsville, AL

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Landscape Workshop recently completed the acquisition of the commercial landscape operations of Southern Scape, based in Madison, Alabama. Southern Scape will continue to operate as a Design/Build and Pool Installation company with a focus on the residential market.

“The LW team is excited to continue building on the success Greg Shaw and his team have created since opening their doors in 1997. Our shared values of hard work, commitment and quality service make this an exciting venture for both parties involved,” said J. T. Price, Landscape Workshop CEO.  “This transaction will strengthen our Huntsville team and reinforce our position as the elite commercial landscape company serving the Huntsville region,” said Braxton Ferguson, Landscape Workshop Huntsville General Manager.

Greg will continue operating under the Southern Scape name, providing Design/Build and Pool Installation services. “We are excited to join the LW team, a company that has a great reputation and will continue to deliver the exceptional service that our clients have come to expect over the years. This acquisition provides growth opportunities and additional resources for our employees that will support the continued success of our business.”

Southern Scape’s commercial maintenance managers and staff will join the Landscape Workshop team.  All design/build, chemicals, and pool installation team members will remain with Southern Scape.

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 Southeastern markets in Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, and the Florida panhandle. Landscape Workshop is backed by Carousel Capital and McKinney Capital.

Butler Sparks and Stuart Maxey of Bradley served as Landscape Workshop’s legal counsel in this transaction. Southern Scape was represented by Jacquelyn Jordan Core and Michael Voytek of Jordon Voytek.  Southern Scape’s financial advisor was Steven Bach of Bach Business Partners.