Our team knows how important it is for your commercial site to look its best. When a client based in Omaha, Nebraska, reached out for help overhauling their commercial landscaping, Team Perficut was up for the challenge.
In addition to the removal of four large trees, the Perficut team also removed more than 500 mature and overgrown shrubs from this site. To help the new landscaping shine, Perficut also removed all existing mulch and undergrowth from the landscaping beds. In its place, the Perficut team installed 491 new dwarf variety shrubs and other perennials. Our team also expanded the site's flowerbeds and selected plant materials that complement the site's architecture.
Today our team continues to maintain this site. Services like mowing, tree and shrub health, and annual flowerbed installation and maintenance help this outdoor space continue to flourish.
While our team works on a wide variety of outdoor projects, Perficut also helps clients bring the outside in with interior landscaping that complements their site's exterior elements. Not only do these interior plantings help tie a site together, but they also helps employees be happier and healthier.
Our team makes site-specific recommendations that give new life to interior workspaces, and selects greenery that will thrive and will leave a lasting impression. At this commercial site, the Perficut team also sourced custom-made planters to coordinate with the building interiors.
Designed by renowned architect Renzo Piano, the Krause Gateway Center brings a unique perspective to Des Moines' western gateway. The construction of the corporate headquarters of Kum & Go was an involved undertaking with a complex landscape design to match.
In addition to a green rooftop that overlooks the acclaimed John and Mary Pappajohn Sculpture Park, the site includes hundreds of trees and other plants that transform the busy intersection into an urban oasis. The slope of the building and position of the landscape's features gives the illusion of a forest springing up between buildings in the heart of the city.