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.
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 Launches Landscape Career Development Program
BrightPath is a landscaper development program designed to give BrightView team members opportunities for advancement in their career here. The program, which is being deployed in a phased approach, provides comprehensive training, coaching, and support, beginning with orientation and onboarding and continuing through promotion to successive levels.
Outdoor Lighting Benefits: Don't Be in the Dark
Landscape lighting can enhance curb appeal and maintain an inviting appearance after hours. Even when the sun goes down, your landscape is still on-duty. If your outdoor lighting is limited or unattractive, your property may not have the same appeal that it does during the day. Worse, dark corners can lead to injuries or invite crime.
Butterflies Flutter into New Garden at Nemours Hospital
While working her summer at inpatient services at Nemours, 17-year-old Kendra Kaericher wanted to brighten the day for the patients and families and knew a butterfly garden would do just that. She used a grant to nurture more than 200 caterpillars into butterflies in her living room and also had input into the garden’s design.
Winning Your Conference
Today’s golf business is extremely competitive, with courses vying for every player and every round. You need a strategy for taking more than your fair share of players and rounds from your competition. To use a sports analogy, you need a strategy for “winning your conference.”