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November 17, 1992
Valley Crest Landscape Inc., a unit of Environmental Industries Inc. of Calabasas, has won a $2.7-million contract to build the second phase of a park development in South Jefferson County, near Denver, Colo. The park's extension, scheduled to open in August, includes a 60-acre lake, picnic areas, playground, hiking trails and parking areas. The first phase of the park, named Clement Park, opened in 1987. Valley Crest Landscape is based in Denver.
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BUSINESS
November 17, 1992
Valley Crest Landscape Inc., a unit of Environmental Industries Inc. of Calabasas, has won a $2.7-million contract to build the second phase of a park development in South Jefferson County, near Denver, Colo. The park's extension, scheduled to open in August, includes a 60-acre lake, picnic areas, playground, hiking trails and parking areas. The first phase of the park, named Clement Park, opened in 1987. Valley Crest Landscape is based in Denver.
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REAL ESTATE
August 4, 1985
Arbor Care, with offices at 24121 Ventura Blvd. in Calabasas, has been formed as a tree-care division of Environmental Care Inc., A subsidiary of Calabasas-based Environmental Industries Inc.
BUSINESS
December 29, 1999
* Bankers Trust Private Banking has named Aaron Sokol private banking relationship manager and vice president of the Los Angeles-based unit of Deutsche Bank. Sokol will be responsible for new business development for the high-net-worth private banking markets. He previously served as a portfolio manager at Los Angeles-based Scudder Kemper Investments Inc. * Edelman Public Relations Worldwide has appointed Gail Becker general manager and executive vice president of its Los Angeles office.
BUSINESS
October 5, 2001 | Bloomberg News
ServiceMaster Co. agreed to sell its facilities management unit to Aramark Corp. for $800 million, as part of a shift in focus from the institutional market to residential customers. ServiceMaster, a Downers Grove, Ill., provider of housecleaning and pest control services, also agreed to sell some of the landscape construction operations of its TruGreen unit to Environmental Industries Inc., a closely held Calabasas company. Terms weren't disclosed.
BUSINESS
April 4, 1995
Valley Crest Landscape Inc., a Calabasas-based landscaping and construction company, said it has been awarded an $18-million contract to construct the equestrian center for the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Valley Crest said it began work on the 200-acre equestrian complex six months ago after winning the contract from the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 2000
* James Bradley has joined Altamira in Burbank as vice president of technology. Bradley will lead the development of new licensed and proprietary digital imaging processes and products. Altamira develops and markets image scaling and high-resolution image technology. * Richard H. Klein has joined Environmental Industries Inc. of Calabasas as senior vice president of corporate development.
BUSINESS
April 13, 2000
* Stan Lee, the legendary Marvel Comics guru and creator of Spider-Man, the Hulk and the X-Men, has signed on to work with his former archenemies at DC Comics. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Under the arrangement, Lee will be allowed to re-create the lives and times of DC's most recognizable characters, including Superman and Batman. Lee, 77, remains the comic book industry's preeminent figure, even after 60 years in the business. He is still chairman emeritus of Los Angeles-based Marvel.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1999
* Joshua Benegal Marks was named president and chief operating officer of Virtualis Systems Inc., Studio City, a privately held Web hosting provider. Marks has been a director with the 3-year-old company since last year. Marks founded TCC, an Apple and HP value-added reseller in Washington, D.C. Virtualis Systems Inc. provides site management and e-commerce software, featuring total merchant payment integration and catalog creation tools.
BUSINESS
March 23, 1994 | MICHAEL PARRISH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
General Motors Corp. has advised the owners of 2,500 natural-gas-powered trucks, most of them sold to utility and municipal fleets in California and Texas, to take them off the road until the cause of two recent tank explosions can be determined. The affected trucks are 1992 and 1993 GMC Sierra and Chevrolet three-quarter-ton pickups. The vehicles were fitted at the factory to run on compressed natural gas stored in three underbody aluminum tanks wrapped in fiberglass.
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