This project is for a friend of mine in the Stayton area, we will be installing a large slate rock patio using Mollala slate. First we will pour a Rat slab of concrete and then set and mortar the stone to the concrete.
Also included in the project will be new planting beds, irrigation, a custom fire pit and water feature.
This is a small residence on Coho Street in West Salem that we landscape as part of the Salem Tour of Homes....
This project is a commercial courtyard that we demolished and built out for a client. This project was interesting mainly due to having to move all materials, soils, plants, pavers, gravel, rock, pipe, down through the elevators to be hauled off site. We started by removing about 400 yards of material, soil, plants, concrete, etc to ready the courtyard for the new project.
Salem Hospital in downtown Salem Oregon.
Independence is the location of this fine project, again another example of the Jamestown Park and Plaza paver stone and Sandstone Tegula block from Western Interlock. We also contructed a water feature from a combination Tegula block and Park and Plaza paver stone, rye grass sod lawn, Hunter underground sprinkler system.
This West Salem home had huge bolders in the back yard left over from construction by the builder, the owner wanted to incorporate a water feature into the landscape of the backyard. We blended the on site boulders into the landscape by cutting them into pieces and blending other rock into the boulders to hide the big ugly boulders. Features include a small upper courtyard, slate patio rock, rock retaining walls and rock for the water feature, Hunter underground sprinklers, 24 volt outdooor lighting system.
This Newberg Oregon owner had a wood retaining wall installed by another contractor years earlier that was falling apart. We removed the old wall, moved a lot of soil and installed the new Anchor Diamond walls and steps. We also devised a way to route the seasonal creek, water flow that ran through the back of the property by running the creek under ground through a portion of the back yard thus drying out the overall lower back area. New sod lawn, Hunter sprinkler system, natural pond conversion, imported soil, rock, soil amendments.
Subject property is overlooking the Coast range and Willamette River, project was a design build landscape, we imported over 2,000 yards of local soil to build up the landscape for drainage and mounding. Sod lawn, plant materials, Hunter drip irrigation system for plant materials and rotor spray for lawn, bark dust, soil amendments, paving stone walkways, large back yard vanishing edge pool.
This project was designed on paper and installed by us, project involved a large water feature in a difficult location. The location was at the front entrance, area was very flat and somewhat in a sunken grade. We imported large boulders that needed the use of both our large and small excavator to set in place. Once the boulders were set the fountain took on some neat character that only the large boulders could accomplish.
This fine home is in the heart of wine country looking over the Basket Slough area on the way to McMinnville. The owners spent a lot of time in the design phase looking at other competitors projects and ours ultimately choosing Westside to install their landscape and water feature.
Some project details include: Water feature with 2 skimmers and 2 pumps, auto filler, overflow, outdoor lights, stone slate walkway, Ledgstone borders, underground sprinkler system, imported top soil and soil amendments, sod lawn, basalt rock borders, plant materials.