Renovation of existing Kaiser Campus Landscape along the Iron Horse Trail, with an extensive use of sheet mulching beneath mature CA Pepper trees to replace lawn with drought-tolerant and native shrubs and groundcovers. New landscape is water-conserving and attractive with increased future habitat value as the plants mature.
Kaiser Admin. Offices – Iron Horse Trail
4460 Hacienda Dr, Pleasanton CA
Landscape Architecture Team
Gates + Associates
36,535 sq ft
Grounds Open To Public?
ReScape Rated Landscape Score
ReScape Landscape Highlights
- 78% of all the plants are Low Water Use
- Use 100% recycled and organic mulch for weed control.
- Landscape includes Rhamnus calif. which is native.
- Saves 495,567 gallons of water per year and reduces greenhouse gas emissions by up to 44.91 tons of CO2e over the life of the project