Goldberg & Rodler, Inc. Project Portfolios


The projects in the portfolios below are a sample of our award winners from various industry established associations including LINLA (Long Island Nursery and Landscape Association), PLANET (Professional Landcare Network, previously ALCA (Associated Landscape Contractors of America), and NYSNLA (New York State Nursery and Landscape Association), among others.


Click on each image to see our sample galleries from our past residential projects.

 

PLANET Merit Award - Laurel Hollow

Laurel Hollow, New York: The residence was recently constructed on a 2.2 acre, lot in an incorporated village. Minimal foundation planting and a generic asphalt driveway did not fit the client's wishes for their new home. The client's wish list included a pool, plenty of entertaining space and an outdoor shower and required extensive, comprehensive design plans and a rigorous permit process. Now complete, this woodland property is a refuge from the high pressure outside world.

PLANET Distinction Award - Lloyd Neck

Lloyd Neck, New York: The existing property had a leaking, in-ground vinyl pool infested with termites, grading and drainage issues, a lack of privacy, and under-utilized areas of the property. Another challenge was to design and construct around existing mature trees. The client wanted a spa, pool, entertaining spaces, a garage addition, and access to the entire landscape.

PLANET Distinction Award - Eatons Neck

Eaton's Neck, New York: Modern Waterfront: A modern masterpiece with green roofs and a courtyard entrance. The landscape reinforces the architecture with geometric planting beds and masses of low evergreen shrubs that complement the surrounding landscape of broad sweeping bedlines.

PLANET Merit Award - Oldfield

Oldfield, New York: The newly constructed residence is technologically and ecologically "smart" and the client wanted the landscape to follow that standard. A complete redesign and overhaul of existing conditions was necessary to transform the property (previously a Japanese garden theme). With an infinite water view, open lawn, and lush plantings, this residence is private but allows nature in.