MONTGOMERY — LCS Landscapes, a Poughkeepsie-based, award-winning, full-service commercial landscape and design company recently opened a new satellite office in Montgomery, to accommodate rapid growth and contribute to the area’s advancing economic development.

Bruce Peterson, an Orange County native, has made the plans to further expand the company’s geographic footprint an utmost priority since joining the team in January as General Manager. His most notable success being the merger with another local firm, resulting in prominent clients to the already diversified LCS portfolio. “Our new office in Montgomery marks a milestone moment in the growth of LCS Landscapes.

“With a growing team, new partnerships, and our continued commitment to the Orange County community, we look forward to rendering exceptional service and quality horticulture to both existing and new clients,” said Peterson.

An accredited member of the National Association of Landscape Professionals and Snow and Ice Management Association (SIMA), LCS Landscapes offers an array of services that range from landscape construction and installation, irrigation and lighting, masonry, and ground maintenance with snow removal. Some note-able projects to date in Orange County have included Kartrite Resort & Indoor Waterpark and the West Point Military Academy.

“The decision to expand our presence into Orange County was a logical step in our business growth strategy,” said Daniel Lepore, owner. “The area is rich with diverse talent and endless potential from well-known organizations migrating from New York City. We have an opportunity to create more jobs, enhance our capabilities and service to clients, and further embellish the great Hudson Valley.

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