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Several Landscape Turf Case Studies

 

Landscape Case Study: Hawaii Canines for Independence – Maui, Hawaii

Hawaii Canines for Independence (HCI) is a charitable organization that provides disabled residents with specially trained dogs that give them the freedom and confidence to live more independent lives. When they needed more green space to train their assistance dogs, a leading industry provider donated a 3,000 square foot artificial grass system. Now HCI volunteers spend less time cleaning and maintaining the grounds and more time training dogs.

“Our new artificial lawn helps keep the dogs and the facility clean and the yard will be better for people in wheelchairs to use when practicing with their dogs,” said Mo Maurer, founder and owner of HCI. “We are so thankful to have this big improvement.”

Landscape Case Study: Mandarin Oriental Hotel – New York, New York

“Every inch matters,” is a term most New Yorkers have grown accustomed to. With limited room that costs a small fortune, using space efficiently is a must. The Mandarin Oriental Hotel understands this concept well. They installed a beautiful, 38th floor terrace yoga deck with an artificial grass system to maximize its outdoor space. Now hotel visitors have the opportunity to take pleasure in a lush green space overlooking the city. They’re not the only ones. Other hotels, residential rooftops and parking decks in the bustling Big Apple  are being covered in state-of-the-art synthetic grass products.

Landscape Case Study: Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Base – Mojave Desert Region; Twentynine Palms, California

Located in the desert region of the Mojave Desert, conserving water at Twentynine Palms is a must. The world’s largest Marine Corps base recently installed 12,000 square feet of state-of-the-art synthetic grass to help suppress water usage.  That move allows them to save an average of 600,000 gallons of water per year – enough to fill 20 large swimming pools!

Now when military personnel and their families visit the amphitheatre and dog park areas, they can enjoy a lush, great looking green space year round. Synthetic grass also eliminates the need for fertilizers and pesticides which pollute the environment.  It is softer and more inviting than hard surfaces and is non-allergenic, creating a safe area for children and pets.

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