When we received the call from Coconut Grove, a interiorscaper and landscape contractor near Vancouver, the clock was already ticking. Their client, the Westin Bayshore in Vancouver, wanted to update the public areas of the hotel before the Olympic parade rolled into town. Unfortunately, there simply wasn’t enough time to pull together the material they wanted for the order.
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We were pleased to be able to help – in fact, our sales manager had stayed in that hotel during his last visit to Vancouver. However, time was tight and they needed a lot of large pots.
The order was placed shortly before the Olympics began, knowing that by the time the festivities were over we’d have our part finished and the work could begin. They reworked the entrances to both the hotel and the conference center, using the planters for color and emphasis.
They used a combination of MR-2400 (24″ squares), MR-3000 (30″ squares), and MR-481818 (48″L rectangles), all in the bronze, T-0 (smooth) finish. Both Coconut Grove and the hotel were very pleased with the results.