HISTORY

Established In 1998 With Thirty Years Of Green Industry Experience As A Foundation

 

My career in the landscape development industry began at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, where I held a two-term internship and worked during the summers for a small landscape company. After graduation, I moved to Denver, Colorado and worked as a project superintendent for one of the country’s largest commercial landscape companies. A few years later, I returned to Wisconsin and joined the team of one of the most highly-regarded residential and commercial design build landscape contractors in the industry, where I ultimately served in a senior management role. In 1998, I began LandCrafters, Inc. to serve the high craftsmanship, service and value design build market in southeastern Wisconsin. Our staff has equally impressive resumes, and many of our team members have been with LandCrafters since the early days. We all share the mission and vision of providing high-quality and high-service projects.

– Scott Ziebol – President/General Manager of LandCrafters.

LandCrafters’ rock-solid foundation is built on our collective experiences in small, service-oriented family businesses, institutional public sector workings, productivity-centered large commercial operations and management of a high-end, quality-focused residential firms. Likewise many of us have had the good fortune to work alongside many of the most talented people in the landscape and construction industries, including several National Association of Landscape Contractors (NALP, formerly ALCA) presidents. In addition we regularly attend industry seminars and networking forums, and have amassed unique opportunities and skills as a result.

In December of 2017, we became a member of the LandOpt Network and expanded our ownership so that we could grow more rapidly to service our clients as well as improve our production and maintenance details. That partnership continues to evolve and provide new opportunities and benefits for us and ultimately, our clients.