Anthony DeFranco's knowledge in civil engineering & site design and background in landscaping allows him to specialize in stormwater management solutions and sustainable site design within the Lake George basin.
Over the last few years, we have been able to expedite many projects by understanding what is required for a permit approval in the Adirondack Park. Let us help you with your project.
DeFranco's expertise and projects have been featured in The Times Union, The Post Star, Lake George Mirror and TURF Magazine and Landscape Management.
We can take a project from a dream to a reality by developing a full-set of design plans and details for your construction project based on your goals and project site's specific conditions.
We can develop an Engineer's Opinion of Cost so that you can better understand the project's economic implications. The design can sometimes be fine-tuned to meet your budget.
We can help obtain the proper approvals to start your construction project. We can also provide construction management & oversight for these projects.
News & Publications
Anthony DeFranco, PE and DeFranco Landscaping, Inc. were featured in an article titled "Saving the Queen" in TURF Magazine 's August 2013 edition. It focused on New York's DeFranco Landscaping committed to preserving the beauty of Lake George. By taking a proactive approach with stormwater and erosion control helps this landscaping firm set it apart from the rest. DeFranco uses his expertise in Engineering and relations with local agencies to obtain the proper permits for site development projects on Lake George.
June 3, 2013
DeFranco Landscaping's work to protect Lake George by limiting pollution from runoff was featured by Jamie Munks in the Post Star on June 3, 2013. DeFranco brings his engineering background and ability to decipher regulations which in combination with his father's scientific and landscaping background, to create a "one-stop design and build process" "If something happened to this Lake, we wouldn't have this business," DeFranco said.