BrightView Enhances Landscape of Veterans Memorial Park
Veterans Memorial Park in Pottstown, Pa., is being revitalized thanks to the work of BrightView and other local businesses. The clean-up project is leading up to the fourth-annual Pottstown Veterans’ Community Day Sept. 28. The event will honor local veterans and celebrate their service to the country.
BrightView’s Groundskeeper Named PCL Sports Turf Manager of the Year
Collin Doebler, Project Manager of Operations, is the first sports turf manager with the Las Vegas Aviators franchise to win this prestigious award. The annual award will be presented at the 2019 Baseball Winter Meetings in San Diego, Calif.
Re-opening of Philadelphia's Independence Mall
The re-opening of Philadelphia’s Independence Mall, part of Independence National Historical Park, can be described in one word: incredible. BrightView, along with fellow champions, suppliers, local media, and eager crowds, were there to witness the symbolic ribbon cutting to re-open the historic lawn to the public on May 17, 2019.
BrightView to Help MLB Bring "Field of Dreams" to Life
Major League Baseball and BrightView will build it, and the Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees will come for the MLB at Field of Dreams game on Aug. 13, 2020. The temporary, 8,000-seat stadium will be located at the Dyersville farm in Iowa, where the iconic movie was filmed.
How Cuscowilla, a Top-Ranked Golf Course, Planned for Their Future
Cuscowilla on Lake Oconee is ranking among top courses for a reason. They recognize the value of their key asset, they’re reinvesting in it, and they have the right partner, BrightView Golf Maintenance, to help them achieve their goals and continue leading their market.
Major League Baseball’s “London Series” Opens with Help from BrightView’s Sports Turf Division
BrightView Sports Turf, together with its partners, sent in a crew of more than 100 workers to build a baseball field in just 23 days inside the main venue from the London 2012 Summer Olympic Game. With the short turnaround, and having just five days following the MLB series to tear it all down, BrightView chose a unique route to build the field.