MLB Series Brings Normalcy to Puerto Rico
Hurricane Maria brought devastation never before seen on Puerto Rico, shutting down ports, destroying crops, and knocking out power to the entire island. Seven months later, as they are still working to recover, Major League Baseball is returning for a two-game series between the Cleveland Indians and the Minnesota Twins.
The Wall Street Journal: Businesses Beg for More Low-Skill Visas, Putting White House in a Bind
Businesses filed requests for 81,000 H-2B visas on the first day possible for the 2018 year, far exceeding the 33,000 allotted for the summer season, with more being filed since that day. For the first time, the Department of Homeland Security used a lottery system to decide which applications were accepted.
Anaheim Park Renovated with New Landscaping, Playground
Hundreds of volunteers spent a Saturday in February renovating Pearson Park in Anaheim to give children a new playground. A team of BrightView volunteers showed those in attendance how to properly install the plants and shrubs while also assisting in the new landscape.
Houston Elementary School Beautified by BrightView, Volunteers
After Hurricane Harvey swept through Houston, Texas, it left Hilliard Elementary's landscaping bleak and desolate. Well, that was until more than 600 volunteers came out to restore the grounds for the return of the students in the 2018-19 school year.
Creating Landscaping to Match a Legacy
THE CHALLENGE Creating Landscaping to Match a Legacy Mercer University in Macon, Georgia has a strong academic reputation that dates back to 1833. University officials know that the first impression that beautiful campus grounds provide mean just as much as a strong academic program when it comes to keeping enrollment high.
Creating a Winning Campus and Sports Fields
THE CHALLENGE Create a Campus and Playing Fields that Draw Students Located just outside Atlanta, Georgia, Mount Paran Christian School has a picturesque 65-acre campus with walking paths, a 6-acre lake and award-winning sports fields. More than 71% of the students participate in sports and 61 middle and high school teams use the athletic fields. When we partnered with Mt.
Increasing Curb Appeal, Saving Millions
THE CHALLENGE Upping the Curb Appeal and Reversing a Downward Trend-Fast Asbury Methodist Village in Gaithersburg, Maryland is the 12th largest continuing care facility in the country. When the management contacted us the community's curb appeal and overall landscape were sub-par; occupancy rates and resident satisfaction were being affected.
Water Management enhancements that save time, money and natural resources
THE CHALLENGE A Water and Labor-Intensive Landscape In Need of Change Colorado's OmniPark Metropolitan District needed help. They were trying to keep up a landscape that was requiring large amounts of water and labor hours to maintain. The property in question included two 14 ft.-wide medians planted primarily with Kentucky Blue Grass and an inefficient spray-head irrigation system.
Outsource campus landscaping to unlock its revenue generating potential
Higher Education Landscaping Cost Savings Summarized below are the findings from the 2018 report on higher education landscaping cost savings. This collaborative research study by BrightView and Temple University Fox School of Business reveals the advantages of outsourcing your landscape services. Outsourcing landscaping and grounds maintenance has major payoff potential.