Planters win interior landscaping award
Dubai, January 10, 2008
Planters Horticulture, the leading Middle East interior landscaping company has started the year on the right note by winning the coveted British International Landscaping Award.
The company bagged the award from the British Association of Landscape Industries (Bali) for its interior landscaping of the Times Square Mall in Dubai.
The award takes Planters' total of Bali awards to five which is a compliment to their exceptional work and consistent high standards.
The Bali awards are celebrating their 31st year and represent the very best in terms of landscape quality, expertise and professionalism within the industry.
The awards, held at the Park Lane Hilton in London were presented by charismatic interior designer and TV presenter Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen. Attended by over 650 guests, the Bali awards are the Oscar equivalent for the horticultural industry!
Speaking about the nominees for the international award, Bali said “Yet again the international entries continue to produce schemes of a very high quality and innovation. At the Times Square Centre the quality of planting is exceptional and totally complements this prestigious complex.'
'The obvious care taken both in the sourcing and installation of such an extensive and exotic range of plants clearly demonstrates great skill and professionalism.'
Planters Director and General Manager, Jonathan Pardoe spoke about the significance of winning the award for the fifth time in succession.
“Winning such an award is a feather in our cap that signifies our ongoing growth and development as a professional company, dedicated to higher standards of service and excellence. It demonstrates to our clients that we are the industry leaders and that we can be relied on to supply the very best in interior landscaping.”
The Planters currently have many prestigious projects underway, one of which is the completion of the new Terminal 3 at Dubai Airport.
'This will be another eye-catching scheme such as Times Square Mall and the Sharjah Botanical Museum (which fetched Planters the International Bali award in 2007).' So it is very probable that this year will see yet more success for Planters, who are determined to retain their ‘winning ways’ at the very highest level when they enter this scheme for next year’s Bali Awards!'-TradeArabia News Service