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R.P. Marzilli & Co. Wins Multiple National Awards of Excellence

R.P. Marzilli & Co. Wins NALP Gold Awards of Excellence

The National Association of Landscape Professionals has recognized full-service landscape professionals R.P. Marzilli & Co., Inc. with two Gold Awards of Excellence. The NALP’s annual award celebrates exceptional landscape, lawn care and interior plantscape design projects from across the United States, and a double distinction is unprecedented. R.P. Marzilli & Co. received Gold Awards for its Pebble Terrace and Garden Pavilion Project as well as its impressive Weston Project, an ambitious renovation and update to the outdoor living areas and gardens of a suburban Boston estate. 

In addition to the two Gold Awards, R.P. Marzilli & Co. was awarded two further accolades at the NALP event held in Louisville, Kentucky: a Special Recognition Award for The Pebble Terrace and Garden Pavilion and the Judges Award for the Weston Project. The prestigious Judges Award is selected from the highest scoring Gold, or First Place, Projects, while the Special Recognition Award was a surprise this year, and newly created by the judges, a panel comprised of NALP members and non-members, as they were so impressed by the Pebble Terrace and Garden Pavilion.

R.P. Marzilli & Co. is exceptionally proud to have received these national awards from a jury of our peers,” says Principal Bob Marzilli. “This recognition is a testament to the vision of the landscape architects with whom we work, namely Brian Frazier Design (Pebble Terrace and Garden Pavilion) and Hawk Design, Inc. (Weston Project), and validation to R.P. Marzilli’s world-class team of site and project managers, stonemasons and plantsmen who work hard to deliver a high level of craft each and every day.

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Pictured above: R.P. Marzilli & Co.'s Will Krumpholz, Chris Johnson (Project Manager for both winning projects) and Bob Marzilli accepting the awards at the NALP ceremony in Louisville, Kentucky

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