Steven Cohen the CEO of BCLS, LLC and its parent company PrimeSites Landscape Group Holdings, LLC. Steven is also a principal in GreenMark Consulting Group, A leading landscape-snow business management consulting firm with clients throughout North America. With over 35 years of landscape snow industry experience, Steven has managed large scale snow operations throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Steven is a snow industry consultant, guest speaker and contributing editor for several national magazines. Steven has extensive expertise in Risk mitigation, snow operational planning and execution, technology and building exceptional client relationships.

VCU School of Nursing 125 Celebration Time Capsule

BCLS Landscape Services helped the VCU School of Nursing celebrate their 125 anniversary by burying a time capsule in one of their courtyards. BCLS Landscape Services Chief Visionary Officer Steven Cohen said….’While this project was small, it truly marks a special day in the history of the school of nursing and we are very proud that the VCU Facilities team asked us to be involved’

Cause and Effect: What This Wet Weather Has Done to Your Landscape and Fall Seeding Preparation.

Well, if you are not tired of all the rain, I can guarantee you that most, if not all, landscapers are. In general, we started the year off in Central Virginia with a lot of rain. Then as it usually does in these parts, we go from warm to hot. Excessive heat in July and August, wet weather, excess weed growth, and turf that had never stopped growing have made what is hard, sometimes even harder.

Getting Ready for Hurricane Florence

While we have not had an actual Hurricane in Richmond or Central Virginia for some time, the first threat for the season, Florence, is making her journey towards the East Coast of the United States with possible impact on Virginia. Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency Saturday in anticipation of the potential impact of Tropical Storm Florence, which the National Weather Service expected to become a “dangerous major hurricane.”