Fox Hollow Landscaping and Design is a premier landscape and design firm serving Northern New Jersey for the past 23 years. Through superior workmanship and unparalled customers service Fox Hollow's highly educated staff of workers and managers provides a truly unique and pleasant experience. With over 23 years of experience Fox Hollow has the ability to handle any type of large scale projects or take that expertise to benefit the consumer with suggestions and techniques for the smallest of projects. Below are some of the people who make Fox Hollow the paramount landscape company in the region.
Don Covart – President, General Manager of Operations
Don started Fox Hollow Landscaping and Design in 1989 and has watched the business flourish in the past 23 years. As a graduate of Rutgers University with a degree in Environmental Planning and Design, and over 20 years of landscape experience in Northern New Jersey Don has the knowledge and expertise it takes to successfully run the business and manage the day to day operations of Fox Hollow Landscaping and Design.
Regina Cassorla - Landscape Designer
Reigna has joined the Fox Hollow Landsaping team as our Landscape Designer. She has a Landsape Architecture degree from Rutgers University. Regina brings with her 15 years landscape design experience. Her international travel and studies have provided her with the knowledge to design very formal to natural style gardens using a wide variety of plant material.
Brady Floyd - Project Mangaer
Brady brings 18 years of industry experience to Fox Hollow Landscaping including overseeing construction on many large-scale projects. Brady is an ICPI and NCMA certified installer while continuing his education at Rutgers University’s continuing education program.
Maynor Talavara- Project Manager
Maynor has been installing landscapes with Fox Hollow for over 15 years. Maynor works closely with the design team to implement the little details that make projects really shine. Maynor is ICPI and NCMA certified and continues his education at Rutgers.