Isaac Burrous, a three-year employee at Corion Landscape Management, has become a partner and vice president at the Ferndale-based company.
Burrous, who has 15 years of management experience, joined Corion Landscape Management in 2014 as an account manager and moved into business development in 2016. He also earned the Landscape Industry Certification in Exterior Management through the National Association of Landscape Professionals.
“My decision to join in ownership was based on Corion’s core group of employees as well as the company’s dedication to excellence, accountability and a great culture,” said Burrous, a 15-year Whatcom County resident. “I am proud of where Corion is today and look forward to achieving our mission of becoming a destination company for employees and customers alike. I hope to not only have a positive impact on Corion’s clients and employees, but also our community at large.”
David Arnold, president and principal owner, said Burrous was a major contributor to the best year for Corion Landscape Management since it was founded in 2001. “He has been a key factor in our customer and team member retention rates and is helping us raise the level of professionalism in our community,” Arnold said.
With up to 30 employees during the year, Corion Landscape Management provides landscape design/build services for commercial and residential properties in addition to landscape management services for commercial, multi-family, condominium association and mixed-used properties in Whatcom and Skagit counties. For more information, call (360) 312-8052 or visit www.CorionLandscape.com