TAG: BrightView

BrightView acquires Heaviland, Clean Cut Lawns

November 26, 2019By

BrightView Holdings acquired two companies including, Heaviland Enterprises, a commercial landscaping company headquartered in San Diego, Calif., and Clean Cut Lawns, a landscaping firm in Mesa, Ariz. Terms of the transactions were not disclosed. “We are excited to welcome these two great companies, their team members and customers to BrightView,” said Andrew Masterman, BrightView president and CEO. “In addition to bringing... read more

The Irrigation Hall of Fame

November 15, 2019By
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The NFL has one. So does Major League Baseball and the NBA. One day, hopefully, there will be an Irrigation Hall of Fame, a place where the incredible innovations we’ve seen over the decades can be shared and celebrated. Over my 25-year career, BrightView has been a strong supporter of continuous education and professional development. In my time with the... read more

BrightView’s GROW program celebrates second anniversary

September 11, 2019By

BrightView recently celebrated the second anniversary of its first employee resource group: Growth in Relationships + Opportunities for Women (GROW). GROW’s mission is to attract, promote and retain women within BrightView. Led by a group of women committed to the mission — who volunteer their time to ensure its success — GROW offers networking, professional development and leadership opportunities for... read more

BrightView acquires Pro Scapes

August 30, 2019By

BrightView Holdings acquired Pro Scapes, a commercial landscaping company headquartered in Jamesville, N.Y. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Pro Scapes began as a one-man operation in the mid-1970s. Under the leadership of founder Rick Kier and his wife, Karen L. Kier, the company grew to become a leading grounds care provider in central New York. The company... read more

3 things that impact precipitation rates

August 15, 2019By

Erica Santos describes three items that impact precipitation rates, factors that may seem minor, but that over time, can add up to many gallons of water. read more

How BrightView is using technology to plan for growth

August 14, 2019By

I write this series of articles highlighting BrightView’s financial results because I know that landscape companies can compete and win against BrightView — bigger is not always better, and in some cases, it is worse. While bigger is not always better, bigger usually means more strategic planning, more structure and discipline in execution and more technology utilization. Why? Those practices... read more