Hard Landscaper

From Greenhaven Landscapes

Working For: Greenhaven Landscapes

Hard Landscaper required

Job Ref ADV515

We are looking for an experienced landscape builder to work on prestigious projects throughout the southwest.

  • Experience in brickwork, blockwork, rendering, stonework both wet and drystone construction, paving to mainly consist of reclaimed materials along with cobbles.
  • Excavator and machinery experience along with base work and foundations an advantage.
  • To communicate effectively with clients to understand their preferences, provide updates on project progress, and address any concerns or questions
  • Operate and maintain various landscaping equipment including excavators, dumpers, telehandlers and tools, such as compactors, saws, and other machinery used in hardscape installation.
  • Maintain accurate records of project details, including materials used, time spent, and any variations from the original plan.
  • Ensure that site operations are carried out in accordance with the company’s health and safety policy.
  • To take charge of staff and ensuring that staff members are working correctly and efficiently.
  • Drainage and general ground works experience along with using laser levels
  • ability to read and understand landscape plans and specifications.
  • An attention to detail and an ambition to produce the highest standards in landscape construction.
  • A full driving license and preferably trailer experience.

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