BrightView-Maintained Oracle Campuses Honored for Efficient Water Use, Savings
Two Oracle campuses, both located in California, were awarded for efficient water use by the Silicon Valley Water Conservation Awards Coalition. Working with BrightView, Oracle was able to save more than $500,000 and 91 million gallons of potable water in just one year.
BrightView-Maintained FCA US Headquarters Wins Prestigious Landscape Award
The FCA US headquarters in Michigan won the Grand Award for Turf Maintenance by the National Association of Landscape Professionals - an award that can only be won once every 10 years in each category. BrightView maintains the 147-acre campus.
Adding Green, Gaining Unexpected Rewards
Graybar's corporate headquarters was not staying up-to-date and needed to modernize their landscaping to be more environmentally sustainable and attractive. The new landscaping has reduced water consumption by 80 percent and features a balanced aquatic system and a fully-updated irrigation system.
Water Management Enhancements To Save Time, Money, Natural Resources
The OmniPark Metropolitan District couldn't keep up with the water-thirsty landscape and hours of maintenance needed and turned to BrightView. The new low-water landscape and replaced irrigation system helped save 250,000 gallons of water within the first two months.
Vacant Office Complex Gets Makeover
A mixed-use building in California was vacant, but with a new look and immersive environment, which included ground-level hangar doors that opened to the outside and connected the indoor office space with landscaped courtyards and outdoor meeting rooms, quickly brought in major tenants.
Adding More Curb Appeal While Increasing Sustainability
The 12 acres of the Woodfield Corporate Center needed to be more appealing and environmentally stable, even with is several microclimates, rooftop gardens, pond, and walking trails. With the changes implemented, Woodfield has reduced the heat radiating from the underground parking structure, reduced the amount of organic matter running into the pond, and more.