CityWestPlace is a thriving, 35-acre Class A office campus in Houston consisting of four buildings with a total of 1,473,177 rentable square feet.
The Challenge A large old fountain is featured on the second ﬂoor courtyard of a premier apartment complex near Los Angeles. As a water fountain, this feature created ongoing maintenance issues and added expenses for property managers, ultimately causing structural damage to the ground floor below from leaking water.
Water Conservation & Turf Conversion
Grassy landscapes consume a large amount of water, and with California’s current drought conditions, large commercial property owners are looking for creative yet eye-pleasing solutions to reduce water usage.
A managed residential community in Texas was battling soil erosion and runoff after record precipitation. Having suffered through drought-like conditions prior to the rain, several parks had accumulated significant areas of dead grass and loose, dry dirt. This caused heavy runoff into the large water features that surround the community.
The Challenge A large casino and retail center in Pennsylvania struggled with the functionality and appearance of its landscape. After years of collecting random assortments of plants and dealing with mulch fires caused by cigarette butts, the center approached LandCare to improve the utility of their outdoor space.
A new hotel in the Bay Area wanted to improve the look and recreational purpose of their unused courtyard space. The areas surrounding the building also had poor drainage and runoff, causing water to pool during rainstorms. LandCare was tasked with designing and installing a functional, aesthetic landscape that matched the modern feel of the […]