Lae Garden and Landscapes

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Lae garden and Landscapes
Type Incorporated
Industry Landscaping
Predecessors Lae Inc.
Founded Manila, Philippines (1987)
Headquarters Farmlae Garden Bazaar, Bay, Laguna, Philippines
Number of locations 5
Owners Lae Garden and Landscapes
Website www.laegarden.com

Lae Garden and Landscapes is a landscaping company in the Philippines specializing in designing, installing, and maintaining fine indoor and outdoor landscapes.[1][2]

History[edit]

Silver Year Celebration

It was founded in 1987 primarily as a residential landscaping company and as it continues to grow and make marks in the industry, it began to expand its presence to commercial and industrial landscaping. Lae Garden and Landscapes is a family-owned and operated company headed by Luis A. Esguerra with over twenty-four years of combined experience in designing, landscaping and maintaining.

Today, Lae Garden and Landscapes is one of the most reliable Landscaping Companies in the country.[3] Trusted by various Philippine public sector organizations for doing several major government projects[4] and by numerous globally renowned local and multinational Companies, Contractors and Developers such as Fil-estate Land, Inc., Filinvest Land, Inc., Ilo Land, Taisei Corporation, Riofil Corporation, DMCI, Fluor Daniel, Hitachi, Analog Devices, Nestle Philippines Inc., Fujitsu Computer Products, Toshiba, Coca-Cola, San Miguel Corporation, American Power Conversion, Wyeth and Intel Corporation to name a few.[5][6]

Farmlae Garden Bazaar[edit]

Farmlae Garden Bazaar is the main farm and nursery of Lae Garden and Landscapes. It is located at Bay, Laguna Philippines just under 20 km from South Luzon Expressway.[6][7]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lae Garden and Landscapes' Official website
  2. ^ Maggudayao, Jayem, ed. (January 10, 2010). "Lae Garden and Landscapes". Philippine Encyclopedia. Vibal. 
  3. ^ Illustre, Annabelle (1995). Tropical Gardens of Asia. Vixen Publishing, Manila. p. [7–9]. 
  4. ^ Pasyal na kayo sa Cavitex - Manila- cavite Expressway project. 2011. 
  5. ^ Evangelista, Antonio (2010). Lae Garden through the years 2010 Corporate Report. Lae Inc, Manila. p. [1–73]. 
  6. ^ a b WikiPilipinas- The Philippine Encyclopedia entry for Lae Garden and Landscapes
  7. ^ Cabigting, Emma (2001). "Secrets of Laguna". Laguna Publishing, Sta. Cruz, Laguna. p. [3–4]. 

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