from humble beginnings

John Gachina founded Gachina Landscape Management in 1988 with just 2 employees, out of his home in Cupertino. His goal was to build a company that delivered the highest level of customer and employee satisfaction through established standards of performance, honoring client commitments and open communication. He wanted to delight customers and make them enthusiastic about the way we do business. We provide the highest quality of landscape maintenance and enhancement services and offer our employees the opportunity to grow to their fullest potential. We offer a progressive employee training and development program with the goals of improving every employee’s horticultural knowledge and job skills and providing the opportunity for recognition and career advancement within the company and the green industry.

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…to success

John accomplished his goal; the company now employs more than 450 valued team members, runs a fleet of 205 vehicles and operates from multiple branch locations and a corporate office. Our corporate office is located in Menlo Park, with branch offices in San Jose, Newark and Brisbane. We have a satellite yard in Sand City that services Monterey County. Gachina Landscape Management is one of the most awarded landscape companies in the Bay Area. We are proud to offer training that develops our employees’ horticultural skills and knowledge. We have a long history of promoting within our teams. We have enjoyed both loyal employees and customers for over 30 years.

Contact us at (650) 853-0400 to become a part of our winning team.

 
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