Brickman

Brickman is a national provider of landscape contracting services with two local offices servicing Montgomery County, MD.  Both offices are part of the Maryland West Region that is led by Regional Manager Greg Lewandowski.  Brickman began in 1939 when Theodore W. Brickman, Sr. founded the Theodore Brickman Company in suburban Chicago. The company's early success was the by-product of an unwavering commitment to live the Golden Rule with clients and employees. In the ensuing years, delighted clients sparked unprecedented growth through "word of mouth" advertising. Mr. Brickman's son, Dick, joined the company in 1954 after earning a degree in Landscape Architecture and was followed by his son, Scott Brickman, who also earned a degree in Landscape Architecture. Dick Brickman and then Scott led the company until 2012. Today the company is headquartered in Gaithersburg, MD and is under the direction of CEO Andrew Kieran. Brickman has grown into one of the largest and most respected landscape service providers in the nation.  

As long standing stewards of the environment, Brickman’s focus has become more rigorous through our own innovative approaches in emissions reduction strategies, water use reduction, nutrient management and contributions to committees at USGBC and SITESTM . Highlights of green practices at Brickman include:

  • Utilizing GPS idle monitoring systems for our fleet to reduce idle time
  • Hybrid vehicles for account managers and senior managers
  • 100% recycling of all green waste
  • Low emission alternatives such as propane and electric for grounds maintenance equipment
  • Site assessment services for property managers and owners to help guide them towards reduced impact strategies to improve storm water quality, air quality, soil and vegetation health
  • Recycled and recyclable paper products (paper towels, facial tissue, bathroom tissue, etc)
  • Lighting retrofit that eliminated magnetic ballasts, T12 fixtures and incandescent bulbs
  • 100% recycled printer paper
  • “Green” cleaning materials, where possible
  • All computers and electronics are on “smart strips,” significantly reducing phantom use of electricity
  • Most computers are turned off every evening except the servers