Aug. 5 2019 10:42 AM

The company adds Conserve LandCare, based in Coachella Valley, California.

Sperber Landscape Cos., Calabasas, California, has announced its recent partnership with Conserve LandCare, Thousand Palms, California. The addition of Conserve comes just months after the newly launched SLC brand announced its first acquisition of Kujawa Enterprises in Milwaukee.

Since its inception in 2010, Conserve LandCare has become recognized as one of Coachella Valley’s most prestigious commercial landscape companies. With over 350 employees and an existing client list that includes the region’s most prominent commercial, resort and retirement properties, Conserve provides comprehensive landscape services that include maintenance, construction, enhancements, irrigation, water conservation and tree care.

SLC’s managing partner, Richard Sperber, says the addition of Conserve LandCare comes with great excitement and potential for expansion. Sperber says, “We are proud to join forces with such a respected company in one of California’s most attractive regional markets.” He went on to say that one of the key factors in securing this partnership was the leadership of the company by husband and wife founders, George and Teri Gonzalez, as well as Conserve’s vice president, Bruce Wilson.

Sperber adds, “Bruce was one of the original leaders of the Maintenance Division for my family’s former company, ValleyCrest, and his leadership and horticultural expertise reinforces my confidence in the success of this partnership. We look forward to collaborating with George, Teri, Bruce and the rest of the stellar Conserve team as we continue to expand upon the company’s impressive growth and market-leading reputation.”

The partnership agreement was managed by Jeffrey Harkness of Three Point Group, Inc.