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Bringing a Piece of Paradise Back to Life
Within months of BrightView on the job, the crew was re-energized and clear on priorities, strong golf maintenance leadership was established, and the maintenance equipment was upgraded. In addition, BrightView worked with the board to develop and communicate a Master Plan and Tree Management Plan that would take Canyon Lake into the future.
Partnering to Bring Irrigation Up to Par
The Challenge Top-ranked HOA community replaces 50-year-old irrigation system The Villages Golf and Country Club is one of Silicon Valley's best kept secrets. This 2,700 home HOA community boasts a Robert Muir Graves designed course that is a Bay Area hot spot for tournaments and serves residents and guests alike.
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.
Increasing Curb Appeal, Saving Millions
Satisfaction and occupancy rates were being affected by the sub-par landscaping, but after working with BrightView, Asbury Methodist Village's landscaping enhancement was completed in 45 days. Over the course of a five-year contract with Asbury made $1.1 million in savings.
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 a Winning Campus, Sports Fields
At Mount Paran Christian School, the operational management was looking to upgrade the campus grounds and the sports fields. BrightView's experts, through open and constant communication, were able to create a more environmentally sustainable landscape, assist with preparation for special school activities, and accomplish it all without interruptions to the school or sports activities.
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.