ValleyCrest Landscape Companies launched a water management resource for the commercial real estate industry. Building owners, property managers and facility engineering staff are invited to click on and explore ValleyCrest Takes On: Water Management. Backed by more than 62 years of green expertise, the commercial landscape organization tapped leaders from across the country to inform, educate and ultimately help managers understand how to adopt better water management practices at their properties.


Visitors will discover a wealth of knowledge, ideas and tips organized into four categories of content: Innovation, Trends, Technology and Resources. At the core of this water management resource is a conviction that water is a precious natural resource to be preserved and protected. Innovators within ValleyCrest who design, build and maintain the places that touch our everyday lives, are facing the issues head-on. Learn more as ValleyCrest Takes On monitors projects in progress, tracks industry trends and tests new technology. It is a two-way conversation too, as visitors can read, subscribe, engage and take a stance in the conversation.


Here’s how the content’s organized and what readers can expect to find within each of these content categories.

Innovation – Bloggers report about innovative experiences from the field, or what we’re working on today in the real world. This is about how to walk the walk and talk the talk, emphasizing how companies are innovating by trusting ValleyCrest to design, install or maintain a water management program for them.
Trends – Bloggers examine, analyze and report on current events and trends in the Water Management industry. Then they’ll share how these trends can be supported by best practices.
Technology – Bloggers review and highlight the latest technology available in Water Management and share how these new technologies can support best practices. This section seeks to educate and answer many questions property managers may have about the right investments to make in the right technology. Including: What changes will be facilitated by this new technology? What kind of costs will be saved using this technology? What are the “must-have” technologies vs. the “nice-to-have.”
Resources – Bloggers curate and share external resources or tips along with a brief description or point of reference about why this resource is valuable for commercial real estate property managers.