Saving Water, Building New in Malibu
While working on the first phase of the Malibu Lumber Yard's development, the city enacted a development moratorium to solve wastewater and runoff water quality issues. The landscape had to meet this new criteria while exceeding the benchmark for sustainability.
Outsource campus landscaping to unlock its revenue generating potential
Higher Education Landscaping Cost Savings Summarized below are the findings from the 2018 report on higher education landscaping cost savings. This collaborative research study by BrightView and Temple University Fox School of Business reveals the advantages of outsourcing your landscape services. Outsourcing landscaping and grounds maintenance has major payoff potential.
Creating a Groundbreaking Community
FivePoint Communities wanted a community hub as a gathering place for residents and to attract homebuyers, but the revolutionary idea they had in mind was to be finished in just 11 weeks. They needed an integrated team to get the job done and found one in BrightView.
Preserving a Historic Museum Garden
Working with preservation experts and BrightView's team of landscape designers, horticulturists, construction specialists, and irrigation experts, The Huntington's Japanese Garden was renovated and expanded and now continues being one of the most beloved and iconic landscapes at the center.
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.
BrightView Installing Parks, Streetscapes for One of the Largest Master-Planned Urban Communities
BrightView is restoring nature to a former 4,700-acre airport in Denver as part of a large-scale master-planned community which will feature more than 1,116 acres of parks and open spaces, including 50 parks and 47 miles of bike and walking trails.