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.
Creating Landscaping to Match a Legacy
THE CHALLENGE Creating Landscaping to Match a Legacy Mercer University in Macon, Georgia has a strong academic reputation that dates back to 1833. University officials know that the first impression that beautiful campus grounds provide mean just as much as a strong academic program when it comes to keeping enrollment high.
Creating a Winning Campus and Sports Fields
THE CHALLENGE Create a Campus and Playing Fields that Draw Students Located just outside Atlanta, Georgia, Mount Paran Christian School has a picturesque 65-acre campus with walking paths, a 6-acre lake and award-winning sports fields. More than 71% of the students participate in sports and 61 middle and high school teams use the athletic fields.
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.
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.
Balancing Retail Beauty with Safety
Easton Town Center features year-round, seasonal planting which seemingly change overnight - and they do! BrightView's crews and installs and maintains the containers overnight so as to not disrupt the guest experience in the expansive open-air shopping complex.
Improved Golf Course Conditions Increases Membership
Glendora Country Club was starting to lose members while goals for the golf course weren't being met. Within two years, BrightView was able to get 95 percent of the turf conversion completed, saving money in water and seed purchasing. The changes to the club has seen an improved overall efficiency of 20 to 30 percent.