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Resort at Squaw Creek Partnership Proves Expertise Goes Beyond Golf
Working together with Kurt Buxton, Vice President of BrightView Design Group, Squaw Creek’s farm-to-table vision soon became a reality. In addition to his design expertise, Buxton was well versed in sustainable agriculture and particularly in hydroponics, a soil-free method of growing plants in sand or gravel that recycles water and saves nutrients that normally leach through soil.
Anaheim Golf Courses Beat the Economic Downturn
For more than 15 years, BrightView has partnered with the city of Anaheim to help maintain their two 18-hole municipal golf courses. When the economic downturn hit, Anaheim called BrightView to help them reduce operating costs, while maintaining the level of excellence their golf community had come to expect.
Roseville Assembles a Winning Team
Roseville hired BrightView and Sports Restaurants, Inc., to help run its golf course maintenance and club operations (dining/pro shop), respectively. Thanks to a master communications plan proposed by BrightView at the outset, the partnership between all three entities has been a success.
Lake Worth Play and Green Fees Go Up, Course Costs Go Down
The grounds and revenues at the Lake Worth, Fla., 18-hole municipal golf course had been declining for 10 years when the city decided to bring BrightView on board to turn around course conditions and, at the same time, rein in costs.
Smart Moves Revive Conditions at Calabasas Country Club and Increase Memberships
Bare spots marred the fairways, algae floated atop lake waters, and inconsistent mowing ruined course aesthetics. Worse, the club had just invested heavily in a new irrigation system, but nothing seemed to be helping get the turf — and the course — back in shape.
St Ives Country Club Gained the Competitive Edge
Through comprehensive planning and sophisticated execution, the St Ives course — and course play — reached the level of quality that kept and drew members. At the same time, expenses for golf course maintenance decreased nearly 25 percent from 2008 levels.
Bringing a Piece of Paradise Back to Life
Within months of BrightView on the job, the crew was re-energized and clear on priorities, strong golf maintenance leadership was established, and the maintenance equipment was upgraded. In addition, BrightView worked with the board to develop and communicate a Master Plan and Tree Management Plan that would take Canyon Lake into the future.
Saving Money, Improving Conditions, and Gaining a Trusted Partner
Palo Alto was looking to reduce costs for its two municipal golf courses and outsourced to BrightView. Though this, the city has a provider it can rely on for proactive communication and the day-to-day golf course maintenance, but a trusted partner who could help achieve long-term success.