1995 – in October, Krzysztof Mróz sets up a company called PPHU KAM, buys the first company car – a legendary Volkswagen Jetta, a trailer and the first machine – a Berkili wood chipper.
We appear on the market and start creating gardens. With time, our personnel includes growing numbers of highly qualified engineers, landscape architects and gardeners. The company invests in land and we start plant production.
Our ambitions are blooming.
The year 2000 brings significant changes –
We change our name to Park M and open new departments.
Our company has grown to employ forty staff members at
the turn of the new millennium. And this is only the beginning.
Due to the fantastic performance of the whole team and consecutive, well thought-out investments, we open the Garden Centre (presently located in Stary Sącz at 9 Trakt Św. Kingi street).
The early 2000s mark a very intensive time for Park M. We enlarge the scope of our services: our offer includes the design, implementation, care and maintenance of greenery. We successfully enter the public procurement market implementing a growing number of prestigious projects.
In 2005, we open our first branch in Kraków and Park M Design Studio in Stary Sącz.
We start investing in specialist machinery and equipment and the run-down Volkswagen Jetta is replaced by a fleet of professional vehicles.
After four years, in 2009, we become a limited liability company and employ …300 people! We open new departments: Construction and Machines (which services Park M’s growing machinery and vehicle fleet.)
We implement projects of restoring historic parks such as the Park at Frederic Chopin’s birthplace in Żelazowa Wola and the Park at Branicki Palace in Białystok. We construct the automatic irrigation systems at Wawel hill and at Wilanów Palace as well as green roofs at the Aqua Park in Białka Tatrzańska and Na Groblach Square in Kraków.
Today, Park M comprises five departments employing a team of more than 400 people. We are one of the leaders in landscaping industry but our company has not said its last word yet.