Landscape Design & Construction



Harbour Design Landscape and Construction Division provides value throughout the design to completion process integrating our clients’ needs and wishes to their budget.

Harbour Design is a full service landscape design and construction company. We have been serving the New England area since 1987 and started south central Michigan as Albright-Mason Landscape and Site Development, Inc. in early 1973. Over these years we have worked closely with architects, engineering firms, planning and parks and recreation departments, homeowners, as well as those developing residential and commercial properties.

Our work in New England extends primarily along the seacoast from Boothbay, Maine to Cape Ann in Massachusetts, and northwest to Burlington, Vermont and the Northeast Kingdom in Vermont.

Since 1995 our emphasis has been residential design and construction, from pocket sized gardens to homes on acreage.

We listen closely with our clients to meet their needs and expectations. Close collaboration creates openings beyond what was thought to be possible. Attention to detail combined with the use of color, texture, light, and sound generates outdoor rooms and passageways filled with drama and serenity to meet those needs. Water, patios, edible landscape, color and fragrance to renew the spirit, rain/wallgardens, sculpture to subtle night lighting, our team explores outside the box to bring our clients a sustainable environment to support their lifestyle while contributing to the well being of our planet.

Fine gardening…

We work as an open book with our clients which allows suggestions to be implemented easily while responsibly managing costs. Our Fine Gardening team is available to help to ensure your investment will continue to look its best. In addition, we support our clients in managing and implementing designs of those with whom they have special relationships, while providing a level of excellence in work completed one would come to expect.

“To do the useful thing, to say the courageous thing, to contemplate the beautiful thing: that is enough for one man’s life.”
T.S. Eliot