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Avalon Towson

Large 14-story multi-family project in Towson is approaching the finish line. 2nd, 7th, and 14th-floor courtyards capturing great views of the city, with high-end amenity areas at each level. Streetscape is still in progress and scheduled for completion in the Fall of 2020. Check back for final images soon!

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North Quarter Amenities

We are currently working on another multi-family community, site hardscaping project in North Bethesda. The SOW’s on the project includes masonry walls, entry monuments, steel pergola with grills station, custom masonry Trellises, and a tot lot.

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First Day

Join us in wishing our team a Happy First Day of class.

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Preventative Tree Maintenance

Summer weather means thunderstorms will be a regular occurrence.  Preventative tree maintenance can help avoid property damage caused by fallen limbs and trees. However, if you do have fallen limbs or trees during a storm, the tree professionals at Ashton Manor are ready to respond with safety as our top priority. Contact Ashton Manor Environmental today to discuss preventative tree maintenance and rapid response following a storm.

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West Oaks Amenities

Ashton Manor has found a way to stand out amongst our competition when it comes to “full scope,” turnkey commercial landscape projects.  The SOW’s on this multi-family community in Fairfax, include masonry/entry monuments, pergola with grills and fireplace, concrete work, tot Lot construction, boardwalks, and all the landscape planting.

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AVA Twinbrook

Environmental site work is underway by Ashton Manor at this new community under construction in Rockville, Md.  The urban bioretention design calls for 4’ of stone, a sand layer, and 4’ of bio-soil.  The five facilities within the site will ultimately be filled with 650 tons of stone, 200 tons of sand, and 1100 yds of biosoil.  The challenge of very limited accessibility to the largest facilities utilized an all-terrain conveyor vehicle and slinger trucks for stone and sand.  A …

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