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Engineering News-Record: ENR 2018 Top 600 Specialty Contractors
The strength of the construction market can be seen in the results of this year’s "ENR" Top 600 Specialty Contractors list. The revenue generated from the entire list went up 10 percent in 2017, from $112.72 billion to $124.04 billion. In fact, the Top 600 revenue has continued to grow for seven consecutive years.
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.
BrightView Helps Keep Governors Island One of New York’s Most Interesting and Unique Tourist Destinations
After spending 200 years serving a military purpose, Governors Island has now become a tourist destination that features historic forts, four artificial and themed hills, parade grounds for events, and offers visitors unique views of the surrounding skylines and attractions.
Houston Elementary School Beautified by BrightView, Volunteers
After Hurricane Harvey swept through Houston, Texas, it left Hilliard Elementary's landscaping bleak and desolate. Well, that was until more than 600 volunteers came out to restore the grounds for the return of the students in the 2018-19 school year.
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 Renovates Playground, Providing Synthetic Playfield, Landscape, Picnic Area for Ruby’s Place in California
Three playgrounds at Ruby's Place had become neglected and unsafe for the children to use. As the only area within the facility for children to play in, team members from BrightView joined HomeAid to renovate the playgrounds. The existing structures were removed to make room for security fencing, planters, a soccer field, and more.
Outsource Campus Landscaping to Unlock Its Revenue Generating Potential
Colleges and universities across the country are facing intense pressure to reduce costs and increase spending efficiency. You can reduce operational spend while making a positive impact on one of your campus' most valuable assets - your landscape.
Construction Excellence Under Pressure
With a timeline of merely 90 days, BrightView tackled the extensive landscaping workload at the hospital, including irrigation, site furnishings, decomposed granite trails, bioswales, curbs and sidewalks, custom concrete seating, decorative concrete planters, a green roof, and more.