Heres the deal, we have a customer that built an amazing house on the coast of Maine. He had a local stone mason received the bid to do the landscaping install which mostly included stone work, but also included the turf installation. Big mistake. the loam for the lawn is terrible and has been reseeded already once. Currently the lawn looks pretty good because we were called in to make it better. We so far have fertilized it twice, high cal lime and core aerated and overseeded. Also my guys have been mowing it. The problem I have is that its all a fake. T%he soil has an organic content of 4.2% Bad ph, Full of gravel and a cation exchange that's not to pretty. My delema is this. The GC knows that something has to be done and wants me to quote the repair. For me I would just assume start over, but that may be very hard for some to take considering that I have made it look pretty good for now. Its not going to look so hot next year though or long term for that matter. How would you deal with a situation like this? As mentioned, my first thought is to kill it and start over. (14k lawn) My second thought is to put it on a schedule of three core aeration/seeding and compost topdressings. One this year and two next year. What do you think?