Reading, Pa. — Ambius, the global leader in creating enhanced commercial spaces and North America’s largest interior landscape organization, has acquired Marshall Gardens of Lake Oswego, Ore., and Glenn’s Greenery of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. These acquisitions expand the Ambius presence in the Pacific Northwest and Florida markets to better serve a growing customer base, and further cement Ambius as the nationwide provider of interior landscapes. The deals were finalized in August and September, respectively; terms were not disclosed.
Marshall Gardens was founded in 2009 by Abigail Marshall and Patrick Alexander. The company provides customized, interior plant care and holiday design to commercial customers in the Portland, Ore., area.
Since 1976, Glenn’s Greenery has specialized in providing interiorscape design, installation, maintenance and short term event services to businesses in South Florida. Robert Radler has been the owner/operator for more than 20 years.
The staff of both firms will remain on board with Ambius.
“With an increasing focus on health and wellness in business environments, providing innovative plantscape design has never been more important,” says John Myers, president and CEO of Rentokil North America, the parent company of Ambius. “We are thrilled to welcome the Marshall Gardens and Glenn’s Greenery teams to Ambius and look forward to continuing to provide the excellent service their customers have come to rely on.”
Founded in 1963 and operating today in 16 countries, Ambius is a division of Rentokil Initial plc. For more information, visit www.ambius.com.