The McLean School Landscape Improvements Promote Learning
THE CHALLENGE Maintaining an Environment for a Mindful Community McLean School in Potomac, MD is a nationally recognized independent school. McLean’s small classes and abilities model prepares bright students from kindergarten through 12th grade, including those with dyslexia, anxiety, and attention issues, for college success.
BrightView Partners with United Way and COPT to Create Playground for Children of Teen Parents
BrightView Mid-Atlantic recently celebrated the grand opening of a new playground at the Ben Center in Baltimore, MD. Partnering with Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT) and Plano Coudon, BrightView employees donated their services and materials to help create a new outdoor play area.
Community Service Day at Stephen Knolls School
At BrightView, we believe in taking great care of our clients, teams, communities, and the environment. We take pride in helping our communities. The BrightView Mid-Atlantic team recently donated their skills to a deserving property in one of our communities, Stephen Knolls School, in Silver Spring, Md.
Plant Health Care: A Prescription for Curb Appeal
Staying healthy takes work. From eating right to exercising, getting enough sleep and managing stress, good health doesn’t happen automatically. The same is true for plants and trees. When it comes to maintaining a vibrant landscape, Plant Health Care is the answer.
Campus Safety: Keeping Your Students Safe and Sound
Security and safety measures run the risk of making a school feel less like a place of learning, but a thoughtful landscape can combat this effect. Not only can it be employed to meet the latest requirements, it also plays an important role in softening or concealing imposing barriers or safety equipment.
The Grounds for Landscape Outsourcing
Doing more with less has become an unfortunate refrain for many schools. However, preserving the quality of education doesn’t have to come at the expense of campus appearance or safety. Outsourcing your landscape and grounds maintenance can help free up resources without sacrificing what matters most.
Penn Switches to All Electric Landscaping Equipment with Help from BrightView
The BrightView team that maintains the campus is now operating entirely with low-emission electric mowers and hand-held equipment. With each mower running an average of 300 hours per year, the team expects this will eliminate the amount of emissions equivalent to approximately 1,500 cars averaging 12,000 miles each year.