New shop/yard

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by vgshopboss, Jul 20, 2010.

  1. vgshopboss

    vgshopboss LawnSite Member
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    Finally getting settled into the new shop, thought I would share a few pictures. First is the parking bay

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  2. vgshopboss

    vgshopboss LawnSite Member
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    Small engine/Mower shop

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  3. vgshopboss

    vgshopboss LawnSite Member
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    A crowded picture of the truck shop. The Sterling will fit all the way in, although can't get the hood all the way open because of the toolbox on the back wall.

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  4. vgshopboss

    vgshopboss LawnSite Member
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    View of one of the other storage buildings

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  5. vgshopboss

    vgshopboss LawnSite Member
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    Back side of the building. Offices are on the other side, but we don't venture in there too often. Overall the property covers about 3/4 of a block. Finally have enough room to get Landscape, lawn maintenance, chem, pruning, and irrigation all into one place. Still a lot of work left to do, but coming along.

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  6. poncho62

    poncho62 LawnSite Member
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    Looks good....I take it you are not a solo operation.........or a lowballer?......lol
     
  7. stan the man

    stan the man LawnSite Senior Member
    from Maine
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    you have a space now good for you
     
  8. vgshopboss

    vgshopboss LawnSite Member
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    I don't even own the joint. I'm just the shop manager. Up until now we had rented 2 sites to run out of. Landscape out of the west side of the cities, and Lawn out of the east side. Its a good outfit to work for.
     
  9. stan the man

    stan the man LawnSite Senior Member
    from Maine
    Posts: 705

    how many accounts and how many guy work for the company
     
  10. JFGauvreau

    JFGauvreau LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,297

    Same question.. and how long you've been in business for?
     

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