Utility Vehicles and the Urban Campus

Every facility and landscape has its own peculiarities and presents its own distinct challenges. For grounds managers, these challenges most often play out in  staffing and budget decisions, as well as the choices they make in specifying grounds equipment. For example, managers who oversee landscapes with large turf areas tend to devote more time and energy to researching, demo-ing and selecting mowing equipment.

In the case of the University of Puget Sound, the evolution of the campus in an urban environment has meant greater focus on the benefits utility vehicles can bring to the department and the university. Read here about the way the university's equipment decisions have affected daily operations and overall efficiency.

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