Landscape Management’s 2015 List

C. CARAMANICO & SONS, INC. MAKES LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT’S 2015 TOP 150 LIST

LM150 list, published by national trade publication Landscape Management, represents the top 1 percent of landscape industry companies.

PPL Park- Chester, Pennsylvania

PPL Park- Chester, Pennsylvania

Landscape Management released its 2015 LM150 list of the largest landscape companies ranked by 2014 revenue. C. Caramanico & Sons, Inc. based in Upland, Pennsylvania ranked No. 126 on the list nation-wide and No. 20 on the list for the northeast region.

“It’s an honor to be recognized in Landscape Management’s top landscaping companies in the country. We could not have gotten there without our fantastic clients and dedicated employees.” said John Caramanico Jr., president and owner of the 69 year old company. “Our commitment to provide the best customer service and our close attention to detail has proven substantial growth to our company this past year.”

TLM150he landscape industry’s largest 150 revenue-generating firms logged a combined $8.5 billion in 2014 annual revenue—a 10 percent increase from last year’s list totaling $7.7 billion in 2013 annual revenue. Overall, LM150 companies averaged a 16 percent growth rate from 2013 to 2014.

“Congratulations to C. Caramanico & Sons, Inc. and all the companies on this year’s LM150 list,” said Marisa Palmieri, editor of Landscape Management. “The firms on this list represent the top 1 percent of the landscape industry. It’s an honor to be among them.”

About C. Caramanico & Sons, Inc.quote
C. Caramanico & Sons, Inc. has been recognized as one of the most progressive landscaping and green industry businesses in the Greater Philadelphia Region, and is committed to excellence in every phase of its operation. We provide quality service and world-class customer support by listening to our customers, and responding quickly to their needs.

What our clients are saying: “Your crews are performing flawlessly and the work is beautiful. Thank you for this level of professionalism.” -Dan McLaughlin, Bittenbender Construction