Joe Zazzetta – Director

Joe Zazetta

Joe has a Diploma in Horticulture and over 30 years experience in landscaping. He has worked for several large landscaping companies across the country, as senior contract manager and regional manager. Joe is experienced in managing contracts in hard and soft landscape construction and landscape maintenance up to £5M in value. Joe is chairman of […]

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Gemma Matthews – Business Development and Maintenance Manager

Gemma Matthews

Gemma has an Environmental Studies Degree, an HND in Horticulture and over 15 Years experience in the civil engineering and landscaping Industry. Her experience includes marketing and pre tender bid work, management of quality, environmental and health and safety systems and managing a portfolio of grounds maintenance contracts to the value of circa £1M. Gemma […]

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Kenny Hindmoor – Contracts Supervisor

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After running his own successful landscape gardening business for 8 years Kenny joined Sustain Landscapes in 2012 as Landscape Foreperson. Since that time Kenny has developed his knowledge and skills in commercial landscaping and grounds maintenance. He has gained formal horticulture qualifications, plant operator and safety qualifications and progressed his role to Contracts Supervisor. He […]

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Michelle Armstrong – Trainee Estimator

Michelle Armstrong

Michelle joined Sustain Landscapes as Contracts Administrator but with training in Design Technology her interest in reading and understanding drawings and bills of quantities has drawn her to the role of trainee estimator.  Michelle currently offers support on all tender enquiries and will shortly commence formal training in Construction & Civil Engineering.

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Louise Wilson – Accounts, Payroll, HR & Training

Louise Wilson

An experienced office administrator with an NVQ 3 in Business Administration Louise is the Accounts Administrator dealing with all enquiries regarding accounts. She also manages the HR files and organises and implements training in line with the annual training plan.

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