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...Mark Eitelman is owner and President of Agriscape, Inc., a company specializing in golf course construction.Mr. Eitelman
has over 20 years experience in landscape and golf course construction.He
has owned and operated Agriscape, Inc.
since 1981 and conducts his
business activities throughout the United States.In addition to golf course construction, Mr. Eitelman has extensive experience in the design and installation of landscaping.
The broad range of projects he
has completed include both small and large scale single family home developments, apartment and condominium development projects and commercial developments.
palmer1.jpg (17587 bytes)Mr. Eitelman
recently completed The Oasis golf course for the Shriners
in Cincinatti, Ohio.A course designed by Arnold Palmer.Shown in the picture above, Arnold Palmer playing his
second shot to the first hole at the grand opening of the oasis.
During the past ten years, Mr. Eitelman
has been involved with over 30 golf course construction projects.These projects have included both remodeling of existing courses and the construction of new courses, several of which were integrated into residential golf course communities.He has worked with many prominent golf course designers and architects including Brian Sylva at Rolling Rock Country Club in Ligenier, Pennsylvania, Cary Player at Pinewild Country Club in Pinehurst, North Carolina and Arnold Palmer at Tartan Fields in Columbus, Ohio.Prior to founding Agriscape, Mr. Eitelman owned and operated MLS, Inc., a company specializing in the design, installation and maintenance of landscaping.He
had previously founded, owned and operated Colonial Gardens, Inc.
, a retail garden and landscape supply outlet.Mr. Eitelman
has extensive experience in a variety of environmental practices.He
has been involved with land reclamation projects, wetland mitigation and right of way selection herbicide programs for the State of Connecticut
.Mr. Eitelman has attended the University of Connecticut and Springfield Technical College.He is an active member of The Connecticut Nurserymen's Association, The American Nurseryman's Association and The Golf Course Superintendents Association of America.