"We have always found Landsite Corp to be attentive subcontractors who perform very well in terms of both contractual responsibilities and the indefinable additional support that a committed contractor can bring to a project. Landsite has one approach to every project both large and small, and that is to do the job right the first time on time. Landsite's pricing, performance, personal, and highly maintained equipment makes it easy for us to give them high recommendations as an earth work contractor."
"Landsite Corp. has done several shoreline stabilization jobs for us. These jobs can prove to be challenging and sometimes very difficult to complete. Landsite Corp. has excelled in all areas to see that these jobs were completed on time, as specified and within budget. We will be using Landsite on future projects."
"I have employed Landsite Corp. on various municipal projects since 1999. Their work ethic has always been above and beyond the competition. Their service is excellent and their professionalism is head and shoulders above the rest. They are a contractor that I never hesitate to recommend and when I have an upcoming project they are one of the first to be contacted."
Kurtis J. Grassett
"Landsite Corp. and its people have a first-rate reputation. They know their business well and do an excellent job for a reasonable charge. On one job, they saved me money by solving a problem at a lower cost than originally estimated. They also are very helpful and courteous."
"When you need someone to get down and dig in the dirt, I suggest you call Scott Burnside at Landsite. In the fall of 2010 Scott planned with me a conservative approach to ending a severe drainage problem in my basement and driveway. The work was successfully done with great care and consideration in consulting with me at every scoop of the gigantic machines. I am very pleased with the outcome and the price. Only regret is that Brian and Sean are no longer bringing me coffee each workday morning. Oh yes, I'm an old white woman that does not like spending money, making major decisions and having drivers slow down to question what's going on. But now if you want to see the end result or ask questions, ask Scott to bring you by."