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The Crossing landscaping by Mace Contractors
Distinctive landscaping is one of the key features of the Highbrook Business Park that sets it apart from other developments.
Mace Contractors has been responsible for extensive landscaping projects throughout the park, most recently including the town centre development at The Crossing. The firm had previously been engaged for the revamp of the original Crossing planting – formal hedges of trachelospermum interspersed with white shell pathways, which occupy the four corners of the main Highbrook intersection. These are now offset by the more organic style of planting Mace Contractors has installed around the new buildings.
Manager Michelle Mace says that as the flagship development of the business park, The Crossing was an important project for Mace Contractors, and was the culmination of numerous landscaping and maintenance works undertaken around the site over the past five years. "We were excited to have the opportunity to work with other parties to help bring the vision of the architects and client to fruition," she says. "The build phase of this project was undertaken over several months, as the construction works were completed, which entailed the co-ordination of resources and materials over several stages to ensure continuity of quality."
Established for more than 35 years, Mace Contractors specialises in high-profile and large-scale projects, creating and maintaining landscapes for year-round visual appeal.
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First published date: 19 December 2013