O. C. Father and Son at Siapin Horticulture Landscape Construction Win Again

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(Newswire.net — February 28, 2018) — Southern California has unique challenges with landscape construction including water shortages and fire concerns. With 40 years of experience Siapin Horticulture meets the challenge.

O. C. Father and Son at Siapin Horticulture received the letter of intent and contract award for the landscape development of Occidental College Athletic Complex, Pool and Tennis Development in Los Angeles. The project is to begin this year and includes several phases.

For many years, Siapin Horticulture has been the “Go-To-Landscape Construction Firm” for many general contractors. Their attention to detail and their quality of work have been the driving force behind this landscape construction firm.

For more than 40 years, Siapin has been providing both new construction and maintenance landscaping throughout Southern California. Among their clients are AT&T, USC and UCLA. In many ways, their client list reads like the Who’s, who for Southern California businesses and organizations.

Whether you need rooftop landscape construction or maintenance or storm water landscaping, Siapin Horticulture is often called upon to finish projects that other contractors couldn’t. As one client put it recently, “I should have hired you in the beginning instead of trying to save a few dollars. This project is costing me more now than it would have.” Taking the lowest bid often ends up costing you more in the long run.

The biggest problem facing landscape projects in Southern California is the water shortage so proper planning is critical. The big problem is that while water is a public entity, it is owned and distributed by private companies who have little incentive for conservation because it cuts into their profits. Los Angeles is home to about 10 million people, but the natural water supply can only support 1 million.

Another problem for Southern California is fire in the outlying areas. There may not be much risk in downtown Los Angeles, but around Los Angeles and Orange County there is a certain amount of risk. There is a guide book titled S.A.F.E. Landscapes that is worth reading before you plan your landscape project. You can phone #323-260-2267 for a copy.