Atlanta's Finest Commercial Design & Build Landscape Services
Ed Castro’s Commercial Landscape Design & Build
With our Commercial Landscape Design and Build Services, ECL offers comprehensive solutions for public and commercial projects. Our approach allows for seamless collaboration between the design and construction teams, ensuring that the project is completed on time and within budget.
We are committed to open communication and transparency throughout the entire commercial landscape design / build process, leveraging the latest technology and communication tools to ensure organized and effective project plans and updates. Our dedication to customer service and satisfaction has earned us a loyal client base and a reputation as a reliable and trustworthy partner for municipalities, general contractors, property managers, architects, and HOAs.
Partnering with the City of Atlanta and Beyond
Ed Castro Landscape has been a partner with the City of Atlanta on a wide array of projects including maintaining Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, design/build projects in some of Atlanta’s premier parks, seasonal color displays at City Hall, right-of-way mowing, yard waste disposal, stormwater management system and rain gardens, stream bank restoration, and invasive species removal. We are committed to serving the communities of Atlanta and partner with the City of Atlanta to provide safe, beautiful, and ecologically responsible shared spaces.
Commercial Landscape Design and Build Projects
Ed Castro Landscape is committed to environmental sustainability and responsible stewardship of our land and natural resources. We are proud to offer environmentally focused services such as invasive species removal, stream bank restoration, and stormwater management solutions.
ECL is continuously staying up to date on the latest best practices, techniques, and research around land and water management and sustainable design. Some of our innovative projects have included stream bank restorations utilizing discarded Christmas trees to mitigate erosion, rain garden, bioswale and green roof stormwater management systems, and multi-year invasive species removal programs to restore Georgia ecosystems.