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Recently, Chapel Valley Landscape Company acquired All Seasons Ground Management, a commercial landscaping company located in Norfolk, VA. In 1980 Bob and Betsy, former ASGM owners, opened All Seasons and since then it has grown rapidly and has gained a tremendous reputation. All Seasons Ground Management has serviced some of the best known businesses and organizations in Hampton Roads, setting a great foundation for Chapel Valley in this market.


Chapel Valley is dedicated to their newly acquired clients and will make sure they are taken care of. To ensure a smooth transition for them, Chapel Valley will work closely with Bob, Betsy, and the rest of the All Seasons team. By joining resources with ASGM, Chapel Valley can better help their clients in the Hampton Roads metro area; by reaching their goals on time, more efficiently and at a competitive price.


Chapel Valley's professionalism, attention to detail and responsiveness to clients' needs and concerns has been the foundation of their growth and has enabled them to become a leading full service landscape contractor in the Mid-Atlantic region. Although Chapel Valley continues to grow, the company still remains and operates as a family-owned business.

 

Residential Landscaping in Potomac, MD

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Chapel Valley Landscape Company designed and installed new landscaping for a Colonial home in Potomac, MD.   From the spectacular paver driveway entrance and surrounding grounds Chapel Valley’s landscape architects handled every detail including hardscapes, plantings, paver walkways and patios plus landscape lighting. This Potomac, MD family will enjoy their new residential landscaping for many years.

 

 

 

Juliane Faller has been named a Residential Design Sales Executive for Chapel Valley Landscape Company’s design/build group working in Howard, Baltimore, and Anne Arundel counties. She was formerly a landscape designer for the company’s maintenance group serving both residential and commercial accounts in Maryland.

                    

 

A native of Fort Recovery, Ohio, she is a graduate of The Ohio State University, with a degree in Landscape Horticulture and Business, Faller has worked in the landscape industry for six years. In her new position she will work with residential clients to develop landscape plans including intricate garden designs, outdoor living areas, extensive site planning, special deck and water features, and dramatic lighting. She is supported by a design team composed of Registered Landscape Architects to create designs that meet the client’s objectives.

 

 

 


It all started a few years ago when I decided to attend a Career Fair for students in the College of Agriculture at Penn State. My goal was to make some connections and explore what opportunities were available after graduating college. At this time I realized I was lacking in physical, hands on experience in the landscape field. It was odd; I was working to complete a degree in Landscape Contracting, having never worked in the field. That was when I knew I needed to get to work; I needed to participate in an internship program.

My first choice was to intern with a company that would place me in a rotational internship situation. Since I really wasn’t sure what I wanted to do I figured this would be the best way to experience the many facets of landscape contracting.  I was selected for a summer internship with Chapel Valley Landscape Company, a full-service landscape contractor in the Baltimore-Washington-Northern Virginia corridor. The internship was a 12-week program enabling me to gain a real world perspective of both residential and commercial installation, maintenance, and irrigation, as well as corporate support functions.

My internship experience enabled me to learn a lot about myself, such as I prefer commercial work over residential and installation over maintenance. I determined that estimating wasn’t right for me, marketing made sense, and that I could navigate roads larger than two lanes (I’m originally from a small town). I was able to spend time working in the shop learning how to change oil and rotate tires. I worked on green roofs and large estates. I helped fix broken irrigation systems and install new ones. I helped lay down hardscapes and layout designs. My plant identification skills expanded with each job I worked and my Spanish skills were growing every day. My internship helped me narrow down my interests and hone in on what I enjoyed and what I was good at.

Internships are one of the best ways to help a student grow. They provide hands on training for the real world, working on real jobs. Interning with Chapel Valley gave me a chance to figure out what I wanted to do after college. I was able to define my strengths, and become more familiar and confident in the landscape field. 

Now is the prime time to explore internship programs, don’t let this opportunity pass you by, take advantage of the summer and see what is out there for you.


Check out more information on Chapel Valley’s Internship Program, including our mentorship program, rotational schedule, and benefits. 

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