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Chase Mullin

As founder and President of Mullin Landscape Associates, Chase Mullin enjoys the opportunity to explore his many passions: environment and landscape, local and regional architecture, and construction and leadership. In 2007, Chase founded Mullin Landscape Associates with a Jeep, a borrowed trailer, and the vision of making a positive impact on the community. Today, he oversees a staff of 80+ landscape professionals who have been involved in a number of noteworthy commercial and residential landscape and outdoor construction projects in the area.  Additionally, the company delivers high value maintenance and horticultural services. Community involvement is a priority for Mullin Landscape Associates, who recently installed a citrus orchard as a donation to Sugar Roots Farm, a local, non-profit teaching farm. Mullin also continually donates to a number of organizations that serve vulnerable populations across the region. In 2015, Chase Mullin was named a Design Master by New Orleans Homes and Lifestyles, and this year he was named a Junior Achievement Rising Star.

Mullin Landscape Associates
10356 River Road
St. Rose, LA 70087
504.275.6617


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