Landscape manager is putting the squeeze on water

By Wendy Vurik San Diego UT
From an office in San Marcos, Bemus Landscape Inc. is working with San Diego County homeowners associations and commercial clients to create landscape solutions in a water-challenged region.

The company manages some 30 to 40 local commercial properties and homeowners associations, including Sunroad Centrum, Village Square in San Elijo Hills and The Farms in Rancho Santa Fe.

“When we start a new project, we do a very intense survey on the irrigation systems,” said Jon Piggins, a business development manager based in San Diego. “We want our clients to be aware of what they can do to be saving water.”

Bemus Landscape has its corporate headquarters in Orange County, and offices in San Diego and the Inland Empire. It employs about 200 people.

What started in 1973 as a company focused on maintenance came to also include construction projects. About eight years ago, Bemus Landscape returned to its roots as a management company, said Colin Bemus, president of landscape management. READ MORE via SDUT Landscape manager is putting the squeeze on water – Business –

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