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bp. Weiss and BP Team Up

Weiss and BP Landscapes combine to benefit customers and expand operations.

Weiss Landscaping and BP Landscapes are teaming up to create one of the region’s largest and most experienced landscaping & design and maintenance businesses.

Residential and commercial customers will benefit greatly from the combination, called Weiss Landscaping. The new company has 275 years of combined experience on its team, with a history dating back to 1990.

“This combination creates a big opportunity for our customers, our workers and the community,” said Brian Coalson, a principal and head of operations. “We will offer the best value for our clients and support the community in all aspects.

The other principals are Bob Zucca, who co-founded BP Landscapes in 1990, and Adam Weiss, whose family has been growing and selling plants in Nevada County since 1973. Weiss Landscaping was founded in 2007. Coalson, Weiss and Zucca were all born and raised in Nevada County.

The combined operations includes 33 workers and a fleet of 14 trucks and 19 trailers, serving Nevada County and the surrounding area.  With the combination, Weiss is poised to expand its services regionally. “We have big dreams for the future of Weiss Landscaping,” said Coalson.

Weiss will be at the forefront in new water-saving technologies for its customers, thanks to its experience and know-how. Weiss’ team includes seven graduates of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, renowned for its Landscape Architecture program.

True to its homegrown heritage and family-style culture, Weiss’ new headquarters is a Victorian-era building at 402 Lower Grass Valley Road in Nevada City.

Thanks to the merger:

  • All existing BP clients now will get access to top-end maintenance.
  • All customers will get a dedicated service department and dedicated maintenance manager.
  • Weiss will expand its residential and commercial landscaping & design and maintenance program.  

For more info, contact Rob Moen