As the leading commercial landscaping company in the nation, BrightView’s handiwork is hard to miss — especially if you’re in the business.
“I see them everywhere in Easton when I go shopping,” said Kathy Tatum, president of Tatum Landscaping in Westerville. “I was recently on vacation in Florida, and I’m looking outside of my villa, and there is BrightView, maintaining the resort!”
A short time later, Tatum was partnering with the billion-dollar business.
The opportunity came with the construction of the Columbus Crew’s new $313.9 million, 20,000-seat stadium Downtown. That project, and the construction of a new training facility at $34.2 million, were completed with the help of 54 minority-owned enterprises and 27 women-owned enterprises in central Ohio, throughout the state and beyond, according to an April 15 report by the Crew.