Expressing Ecological Ethos on a Traditional Corporate Campus
Tour Thermo Fisher Scientific’s 13.5 acre landscape which has undergone a transformation over the last 4 years from a traditional corporate campus to one that embraces and reflects the regional vernacular in a multi-functional landscape. The site now manages approximately 70% of the site’s impervious surfaces through integrating voluntary stormwater features which also provide habitat for a wide variety of wildlife species while creating a more welcoming, engaging environment for employees. Learn what has motivated this world-wide business to embrace this new landscape style and how to integrate ecosystem services into both traditional and forward thinking landscapes.
Water / Stormwater Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
1) Business motivations and employee impacts of re-focusing landscaping goals.
2) Relationship between human and natural systems such as resource conservation, habitat restoration and creation, and urban ecology
3) Stormwater management integration into the larger landscape
Sarah Whitney, Urban Waters & Wildlife Program Manager, RLA 0853, Long Tom Watershed Council
ASLA Oregon Chapter
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