Hard Landscaping

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Hard Landscaping Services

idverde carries out a complete range of hard landscaping services across the UK. Our team is experienced in acting either as a principal contractor (for local authority or HLF projects) or as a sub-contractor for main contractors. 

We can deliver all external works projects, using expertise developed over many years. To date, these works have included complicated hard landscaping projects such as: 

• Sir Matt Busby Way, Old Trafford
• Twickenham Riverside Jubilee Gardens
• Media City Development, Salford
• New Birmingham Library, Centenary Square
• Colmore Square, Birmingham
• Manchester Metropolitan University 

Our hard landscaping service range is extensive and also includes:

  • Car park construction
  • Tarmac and pathways
  • Water drainage systems
  • Fencing
  • Paving
  • Roof Gardens
  • Restoring historical buildings
  • Planting trees into urban tree pits

Ongoing Maintenance

As the UK’s leading supplier of grounds maintenance and landscape maintenance services, we can create a maintenance plan that is suited to your outdoor space to keep your grounds looking the best they can, at all times.  

Find out more about our maintenance solutions. 

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Our Ecology and Biodiversity colleagues can work with you to help create a bio-diverse friendly space. We have experience in creating wildflower meadows, long-grassed areas, green roofs alongside planting for pollinators and planting different plant and tree species to help contribute to a greener, biodiversity-friendly environment. 

A selection of our projects

Village Renewals Phase 3—Glynn, Whitehead and Gleno
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
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Whitfield Gardens
London borough of Camden
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Worle Crematorium, Weston Super Mare
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Project Pilgrim
Gloucester Cathedral
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The Chocolate Quarter Roof Garden
St Monica Trust
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Theatre Square, Royal National Theatre in London
The Royal National Theatre
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