Is It Too Early to Plant My Garden?

Of course not! There are many veggies that love a little cold in the beginning.  Planting these now will give you a great jump start on your gardening season, plus you can begin to enjoy fresh veggies well before your summer vegetables come in. A few plants that can be started right from seeds in … Read more

Get Your Lawn and Garden Ready for Spring!

Despite the recent chilly weather, it is officially SPRING! So get outside and get your hands dirty! With warmer temps and longer days coming, it’s time to wake-up your lawn and gardens for the season. Here are 5 tips to help you get started: Rake your gardens and yards and clean-up winter’s remnant leaves, twigs … Read more

Brighten up Your Winter Landscape

The late winter landscape can be a bit dull, but with spring around the corner (thank you, Phil!) here are a few ideas to brighten up your winter landscape for next year. Trees and Interesting Bark Many oaks like red, pin and sawtooth have a wonderful habit of holding foliage through much of the winter. … Read more

Simple Guidance for PennDOT HOP Permitting

When is a PennDOT HOP Required? PennDOT regulates all activities within the State right-of-way through the issuance of Highway Occupancy Permits (HOPs). As a State agency, they have a responsibility to not only accommodate the applicant/permittee, but also protect the traveling public and ensure the structural integrity of the highway is maintained. Whether you’re a … Read more

How to Pick the Perfect Christmas Tree

It appears that the Christmas season is in full swing.  For those whose Christmas tradition includes decorating with a live-cut Christmas tree, here are a few reminders and recommendations.  Whenever possible, cut your own live tree at a local tree farm.  While you’ll pay more, you’re guaranteed a fresh tree that should endure the holidays.  If cutting a live … Read more

Fall Is for Planting

Yes, if you haven’t heard, fall is for planting.  With Mother Nature’s help, we are already seeing cooler temperatures and much needed rain.  For you weekend warriors looking to add fall interest into your landscapes, here are some ideas to get you inspired. Fall favorites Pull out your tired, buggy annual bed plants and consider … Read more

Court Suspends New EPA Water Rule

Today, we’re happy to share some good news with you! A federal appeals court has enacted a nationwide stay on Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations that would bring smaller bodies of water under federal jurisdiction.While this ruling is temporary, it has a huge victory for the building industry. What does this mean to you?   The … Read more

Look Inside the KOP Mall Expansion Corridor

The King of Prussia Mall expansion project is officially half way through construction. On June 30th the final steel beam was placed and we had the opportunity to tour the 1,100 foot long corridor constructed with 5,000 tons of steel.  Now we want to give you a sneak peek. Panoramic shot of the connector with … Read more