This walkway is being installed in compacted gravel and stone dust. Most of the paths we create are dry laid.
Luis and Juan are setting the bluestone coping in place to cap this gunite hot tub. Gunite is a sprayed concrete used to create custom shaped pools and spas. Our pool and hot tub coping (cap stones), typically have a bull-nosed interior edge. Skimmer f
This Japanese Maple is being transplanted to a new location. Most of our transplants are hand dug, burlapped, then moved with the use of heavy equipment.
Atlantic has several crews working during each snow storm. We have a wide variety of plowing equipment to service the small driveway to large commercial parking lot.
This large piece of Ashfield stone is one of many that make up this back patio.
Nick works on installing an outdoor fire place in downtown Boston.
Hydro seeding is a great way to establish new lawns. The seed is encrusted in fiber mulch helping minimize erosion and preserve soil moisture. Hydro seed works great on slopes and seed has a head start on the germination process.
Kyle works on planting new shrubs and perennials for this garden renovation in Bristol RI.
The power rake attachment is used with our skid steer. This make new lawn preperation much easier.
Hector installs vintage cobblestones to create this street side apron.
Juan Luis at one of our training lessons sharpens his pruning skills.
Buddy directs a concrete pump trucks hose to pour a footing. The pump truck ran concrete over this two story home.
Atlantic worked with Largess Forestry to transplant several mature trees on this Beavertail Site. Large Cedars can handle transplanting well and provide instant privacy.
Large rolls of sod are used in this front lawn. Using large rolls speeds up the installation process.
Our skid steer is a great tool for a wide range of tasks. It does everything from spreading soil to clearing brush to plowing snow.
Removing dead white oak. Tree pruning is best done in winter months.
A concrete pump truck was brought in to help pour this concrete driveway.
This Dawn Redwood is being moved from this front yard to an area providing more space. We hand dig most transplants and use heavy equipment to do the lifting.
Hector and Juan are setting bluestone caps on these steps. The caps are measured and cut to fit within the flanking boulders.
Vintage cobblestones were set on a concrete slab for this driveway makeover.
This Rose of Sharon is being transplanted with the help of our skid steer.
We manage snow and ice for many homes and businesses. We offer snow removal in Jamestown, Newport, Portsmouth and North Kingstown.
Hector and Alfredo install local field stone as a veneer for this new kitchen addition
The planting and masonry crews working hard to finish this backyard project.
John installs reinforcement for a new concrete driveway. Metal key-ways were arranged in a rectangular mosaic to create a more interesting pattern for the pavement joints.
Slab steps cut through this retaining wall. Boulders help anchor and soften the wall ends.
Antonio plants boxwoods to create a formal hedge. Boxwoods are a great choose for a formal style landscape.