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December 8, 1998
Valley Crest Tree Co., a subsidiary of Environmental Industries, headquartered in Calabasas, has promoted Tadd Russikoff to vice president. Russikoff joined the company in 1987, working on large tree excavation projects. He will continue to serve as branch manager, a position he has held since 1995. Valley Crest Tree Co. provides products and services to landscape architects, contractors and commercial real estate companies.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 8, 1998
Valley Crest Tree Co., a subsidiary of Environmental Industries, headquartered in Calabasas, has promoted Tadd Russikoff to vice president. Russikoff joined the company in 1987, working on large tree excavation projects. He will continue to serve as branch manager, a position he has held since 1995. Valley Crest Tree Co. provides products and services to landscape architects, contractors and commercial real estate companies.
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REAL ESTATE
February 28, 1988
William N. Cohen of Valley Crest Landscape Inc., Calabasas, has been elected president of the California Landscape & Irrigation Council. Other officers are Klaus W. Ahlers, immediate past president; president-elect Mark Acevedo; John Carlson, Dan Vasquez and Mickey Strauss, vice presidents, and Chuck Johnson, secretary-treasurer. Joe Brazan, the council's executive secretary for the past 19 years will continue in the post.
NEWS
November 19, 1992
Work is under way on an $866,000 landscaping project for the entrance to the Artesia Freeway (91) at Cerritos Towne Center. The project is on the south side of the freeway between the Shoemaker Avenue on- and off-ramps. The work, by Valley Crest Landscape Inc. of Santa Ana, includes a 15-foot decorative rockscape, three tiers of ponds and 15-foot waterfalls and geysers. Waterfalls and trees will be lighted at night. Completion is expected by late March.
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.
REAL ESTATE
January 12, 1986
Charles R. Johnson, president of California Landscape Inc. of Canoga Park, will be installed this month as 1986 president of the California Landscape & Irrigation Council, succeeding Mickey Strauss, president of American Landscape Inc., also of Canoga Park, who will join the board of directors. Klaus W. Ahlers of Carlacio Landscape Inc., Placentia, has been chosen as president-elect and will succeed automatically to the presidency in 1987.
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
July 11, 1987
An Orange County Superior Court jury awarded $150,000 to a Huntington Beach woman Friday, almost two years after she was fired without warning from her $30,000-per-year job with a Los Angeles-based landscaping firm. Two-thirds of the jury award--$100,000--was for punitive damages against Valley Crest Landscape Inc. for breach of an implied contract and unfair business dealings with the plaintiff, Alexis Sims, juror Julian Feldman said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 1997 | STEVE CARNEY
The city withstood a challenge this week to construction of its $12-million Pier Plaza project. "We all were quite jubilant," City Atty. Gail Hutton said after Orange County Superior Court Judge John C. Woolley ruled that the city did not violate the blind-bid process when it awarded the construction job to Valley Crest Landscape Inc. of Santa Ana. A reversal in court could have delayed work on the centerpiece of the city's downtown renovation.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 31, 1992 | FRANK MESSINA
A $1.37-million bid for construction of the final phase of a soccer complex to be used by the United States World Cup soccer team has been approved by the City Council. The winning offer by Coast Landscape Construction Co. to build the soccer facility in Oso Viejo Community Park was almost $200,000 less than the next lowest bid submitted by Valley Crest Landscape Inc.
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