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Sports Turf Managers Association Members Prepare Field for Second Little League Classic
BrightView’s Development and Sports Turf teams are preparing Bowman Field for the second Little League Classic game by putting down new conditioner products on the infield skin, painting logos, perfecting edges in the infield and warning track and ensuring the home plate area and pitcher’s mound are at major league standards.
Creating Landscaping to Match a Legacy
Outsourcing landscape management significantly improved the look of Mercer's campus, contributing to increased enrollment while also reducing costs. While many factors play into enrollment, first impressions matter and landscaping plays a vital role. Mercer University enrolled the largest freshman class ever in 2013 and has increased total enrollment by 10.6 percent over the last five years.
BrightView Remains Dedicated to H-2B Seasonal Guest Worker Program
A significant number of employers across multiple industries fell far short of the requested complement of H-2B workers needed to help them through the height of the landscape season. BrightView has taken all steps possible to prepare for and address the now expected annual shortage of H-2B workers. We feel confident that our valued clients will not notice any change in the quality of service they have come to expect from BrightView.
Introducing HOA Connect: Service at Your Fingertips
Request service instantly from your mobile device with BrightView HOA Connect. Access it right from your phone and submit a service ticket and a photo of a problem to BrightView. We receive the ticket and look into resolving it, making sure to send you notifications about our progress along the way.
The Secret to Healthy Turf
We’re in the height of summer, which is a tough time on your turf while it battles to stay healthy. Some areas will not win the fight, creating bare, thin patches. To rebuild a healthy, thick lawn, core aeration and overseeding at least once per year will yield noticeable results.
Three Reasons to Use Drought-Tolerant or Native Plants
Choosing the right plants for the right place is one of the most important considerations for all types of landscaping. Careful planning and completing a thorough evaluation of your landscape is an important first step when designing a new space. Drought-tolerant and native plants can help you avoid a costly landscape which looks unhealthy.