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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.
Best Practices for Smart Scheduling Maintenance, Maximizing Play
Playing on a golf course with a mower nearby can ruin the day for any golfer. Noise, distraction, slow play, and obvious safety hazards are just a few of the reasons why strategic scheduling around peak play makes sense. To help you accomplish this, BrightView has outlined three best practices for smart scheduling your course maintenance.
Trees: To Remove, or Not to Remove?
No one wants to think about removing trees from their property, but sometimes it’s an unfortunate reality. When a tree moves from an asset to liability, it’s time to call in the experts for safe and efficient removal. Here’s how to know if removal is something you should consider.
Challenging Times? Don't Just Survive, but Thrive!
The economy may be strengthening, but challenging times still exist for the golf industry. To find out how one top club is not just surviving, but thriving in this competitive environment, we talked to Frank Benzakour, General Manager at the Village Club in Sands Point, N.Y.
BrightView, CBRE Install Trees, Landscape, Garden for South Dallas YMCA
BrightView employees led teams of volunteers from CBRE to install flower pots, enhance the landscape, and bring in topsoil for the vegetable garden at the Park South Family YMCA. Members of the YMCA will now be able to grow produce for their community and also use the garden as an educational tool.