Corporate Landscaping Lets Its Hair Down With more than 200 locations and 3000 employees in 37 states, U.S. Lawns covers a lot of ground in the commercial landscaping and snow removal industry. The company provides lawn care, landscape maintenance, and snow removal for a wide variety of commercial properties. However, there is a growing trend in the corporate world that is challenging the traditional manicured grass look. More companies are eschewing manicured grass in favor of native plants, a shift driven by the desire to create sustainable landscapes that benefit both the environment and the employees.
BrightView (NYSE: BV), the leading commercial landscaping services company in the United States, recognizes this shift and has published its 2024 Corporate Sustainability Report. The report highlights the company's commitment to sustainable practices and the incorporation of native plants in their landscaping projects. By using native plants, BrightView aims to create natural habitats that support local ecosystems and reduce the environmental impact of their operations.
One prime example of corporate landscaping embracing nature is NVIDIA's Silicon Valley campus. The campus offers vast open spaces for employees to work and relax, all surrounded by native plants and greenery. This not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of the campus but also provides employees with a connection to nature, boosting their well-being and productivity.