Applicants all the time tell us that our company can’t possibly be everything it promises to be. Top wages in the industry? Check. Professional and talented co-workers? Check. Self-managed work? Check. Awesome trucks and uniforms? Check. No chasing down leads? Check. Growth and advancement opportunities? Check.
So what’s the catch?
Only that you need the attitude and work ethic to make it alongside the top 1% of professionals in this industry. Experience isn’t as important as ambition and the willingness to learn. Skills can be taught, but passion is innate. We love what we do and want you to love it too.
Are you working for a landscape construction/remoldeling company where you’re not appreciated , or they make promises but don’t deliver, then read on.
Our craftsmen have told us they never expected to be treated so well doing what they love. Most don’t, so how do our craftsmen get away with it?
We hire the best in the industry, pure and simple. Reliable, honest, personable, and skilled craftsmen are in high-demand in an industry suffering a shortage of them. This creates an incredible opportunity for anyone who can fill that shortage, especially because, unlike so many other professions, robots can’t do our jobs yet!
We at Architectural Landscape Design are doing just that, bringing integrity, professionalism, and hospitality-level customer service to an industry that long ago abandoned those principles. This dedication is what enables our craftsmen to flourish in this industry and has grown our company to triple its original size over a decade.
If you’re a talented craftsmen and can help bring these values back into the Landscape Construction/Remodel industry, you’ll make a great ALD Craftsmen!
We’re proud of our people with their “let’s make it happen” attitude. We have a positive exciting culture, not a, “that’s how it’s done around here” corporate one....
We enjoy working together, and it shows in how we treat our employees and care for our clients at every step. Insightful creativity and meticulous attention to detail are extremely important in what we do, but so are project management, efficiency, and scheduling.
We’re small enough to be a corporate family that cares about each other, but large enough to handle complicated landscaping/remodeling projects together. We’re grateful to have terrific employees who are likeminded with us in our company, too. We’ve personally trained each of our employees – from designers to project managers to our installation crews and they share our passion and vision.
Laura & Tony Westrude