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Project Portfolios

Foxhall Road Residence

“I love this house but I can’t stand looking out my front door and seeing the overly busy Foxhall Road, can you make it go away?” So many of our projects grow out of the seedbed of a real felt need and you can consider this one to be the archetype.

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Robertson Residence

The Robertson project was designed by Andy Balderson of Donovan, Feola, Balderson & Associates. The gallery photos show the “before and after” as well as “under construction” phases of the project.

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O’Berry Residence

“I’m having a hard time seeing it, but I trust your judgement” is an unusual, yet welcomed, response when discussing the possibility of moving hundreds of yards of soil around a customer’s yard.

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Nordheimer Residence

“How about putting in a pool?” seems like a simple enough question but it sent this project to a whole different level.

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Bradshaw Residence

The Bradshaw residence is a perfect example of why every site is truly unique. Their custom home sits on 1.5 acres of wide-open land in the rolling hills of upper Montgomery County.

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Bastow|Binnie Residence

Landscapes develop over time. With today’s expectation of immediate results; growing, maintaining, and developing a property’s exterior can seem slow and cumbersome.

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Hoodem Residence

The Hoodem residence is proof positive that much can be done in a small space. This project was designed through the collaborative effort of David & Blake Dunlevy.

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Caulfield Residence

This property transformation was designed in-house by Blake Dunlevy and encompassed both the front and the rear yards.

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Potomac Residence

Designed by Andy Balderson of Donovan, Feola, Balderson & Associates, D & A Dunlevy Landscapers, Inc. provided a comprehensive installation that started with the site work, included the pool and all masonry elements, and culminated with the landscape installation.

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Canal Square

The Canal Square project was birthed from tragedy. The Sea Catch restaurant in Georgetown shares an outdoor dining area with the historic C & O Canal. In February of 2010 the devastating blizzards not only affected travel but also the 60-year-old Mulberry trees that lined the Tow Path of the Canal.

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Hirshberg|Janis Residence

The photos within this gallery were shot in 6 sessions through the course of the project. D & A Dunlevy Landscapers, Inc. took this site from conception to its completion.

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