Landscapes Unlimited promotes Tom O’Connor to project manager

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Tom O'Connor (Photo: Landscapes Unlimited)

Tom O’Connor (Photo: Landscapes Unlimited)

Golf course developer and construction company, Landscapes Unlimited, has promoted Tom O’Connor to project manager for the company’s South Region.

O’Connor has been a member of the Landscapes Unlimited team for eight years, gaining respect in the industry from golf course owners, architects and superintendents for his field knowledge, creativity and fiscal prudence. He has experience building high-quality golf courses, country clubs, resorts and communities and sports fields.

“I’m extremely proud of all Landscapes Unlimited delivers in ‘super servicing’ clients: understanding client’s desired project outcomes, delivering on expectations and managing the project with an Owner mentality,” said O’Connor. “We place talented people in the right positions and are recognized for being approachable, relatable and supportive of architects, superintendents and other stakeholders.”

In his new role, O’Connor will oversee an experienced and growing talent pool executing $20,000 to $2M-plus projects within Landscapes Unlimited’s Sunbelt Region, from Florida to Texas. O’Connor is responsible for cost estimating and budget development, activity and resource planning, contract management, financial forecasting, talent management and ultimately realizing client satisfaction.

“Tom’s energy, desire to dig into the details of anything put in front of him and caring nature make him a magnetic personality and great leader on-site and within the company,” said Jake Riekstins, chief development officer of landscapes.

O’Connor cites Landscapes Unlimited’s track record attaining repeat business from owners of multiple golf courses and sports facilities, among his most gratifying career moments. His repeat engagements with The Northwood Club in Dallas and Texas Christian University in Fort Worth have earned O’Connor numerous accolades within the Texas golf and sports field markets.

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