Saving Water, Building New in Malibu
THE CHALLENGE Sustainable Landscaping that Meets Strict Water Restrictions When Malibu Lumber Yard, a high-end retail and dining destination, was being developed its southern California location faced some of the strictest water regulations in the region.
Construction Excellence Under Pressure
THE CHALLENGE Massive Project Undergoes Last-Minute Changes If you've ever built a house or taken on a renovation, you know to expect the unexpected. Yet, when the project at hand calls for a 383,000-square foot cardiovascular center and accompanying central plant, including site work and landscaping, the unforeseen can have a huge ripple effect.
Improved Golf Course Conditions Increases Membership
THE CHALLENGE Maintenance Over Budget & Under Expectations Hopes were high when Glendora Country Club, a premium private equity club in California, brought us on board as their golf course maintenance partner. For years, the club had been focused on strategic initiatives—improving turf conditions for year-round play, reducing water use and eliminating winter overseed.
Vacant Office Complex Gets Makeover
THE CHALLENGE Leasing Opportunities Drive Fast-Track Retrofit It was a bold move. The large office and mixed-use complex in Playa Vista, CA had been vacant since its completion during the last real estate downturn but the new owners knew it had potential.
BrightView Earns Top Awards in Landscape Maintenance for Work at Arizona Community
BrightView was the recipient of two maintenance awards from the Arizona Landscape Contractors Association for its work at Province, an active adult community in Maricopa, Ariz. BrightView received an Award of Excellence and the Best Maintenance Practices Award.
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 Installs Interactive Learning Garden in Southern California
Joined by volunteers from IREM, BrightView designed a 22,000-square-foot garden featuring trails and different ecosystems in California. The Boy Scouts of America will use the area to teach members about careers in horticulture and landscaping.