Landscape Techniques has over thirty years of experience in the design and construction of beautiful, functional commercial and private landscapes in the Tri-State Area. During our long history as one of the premiere landscape and custom pool builder companies in the state, we've created beautiful and functional spaces for hundreds of private homes and estates as well as high-profile businesses and public areas such as Liberty Science Center and Liberty State Park, the Wall of Honor at Ellis Island, the AT&T Conference Center in Bernardsville, the Long Branch Beach walk redevelopment, and public park projects in Hoboken, Weehawken, West New York, Roosevelt Island, among many other local communities. Most recently we have done extensive work in Manhattan including the New York Public Library, Bryant Park, Times Square, 34th Street district and Columbus Avenue Streetscape Phase I.

Since the 1980s, we've secured contracts with many of the top general contractors and municipalities in Bergen, Hudson, and Essex counties. During the 1990s, we shifted focus to concentrate on the high-end residential construction industry, creating large-scale, impactful landscapes and aquatecture for some of the most beautiful homes and estates in the area. In 2002, we attended the Genesis 2 Design program - an elite water shape design school run by some of the nation's most talented pool builders. Since that time, our company Aquatecture Pool and Spas has built two to four custom watershapes and pools per year.

Service Provided
Our services include:
Landscape design, horticultural services, landscape construction, commercial construction, paving stone maintenance, luxury pool and spa design and build, and snow removal.

Area Served
New York and New Jersey
Contact: Brian Koribanick
Location: 414 Centre Street
Nutley, NJ 07110
Commented: Can you tell me the Contractor of this? Landscape Techniques and Aquatecture Pools and Spas are sister Companies and our own Crews did all of the work. The Spas is approx. 9'-10 across and about 7'-8' front too back
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