Midsummer view of our award winning rose garden in Chaska.
The MNLA awarded Field a Grand Honor Award in the category of Commercial Management at the 2008 MNLA Awards Night in February. The MNLA website
displays the awards and a handful of pictures. The award was given for the work we’ve done over the past four years at the corporation Beckman Coulter. Beckman was our first client and tipped the scales on whether we were going to start a company, so the award is especially meaningful.
Sphinx moth dips its proboscis into a yellow snapdragon.
We need to thank the management at Beckman for the incredible value they put on the everyday work experience of their employees. The multi-building site has a memorial rose garden where employees stroll during lunch time and take calls under rose bedecked arbors, a dramatic waterfall outside a main entrance, and perennial gardens surrounding every building that we fill with seasonal color. It is not only a great place for Beckman employees, it is also one of our favorite places to work, because of the wonderful flowers and wildlife (butterflies, sphinx moths, snakes, hummingbirds) the gardens entice.
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