Campus

Christy Webber Landscapes is one of the top campus landscaping companies in Chicago with experience designing, building, and maintaining campus landscape projects of all shapes and sizes. Whether you’re looking to redesign your corporate campus landscape, construct a green roof on your college campus, or install an edible garden in your hospital common area, Christy Webber Landscapes will deliver exceptional support with experience and a smile.

Our government and municipal teams are made up of horticulturists, arborists, designers, landscape maintenaince specialists, and construction specialists, so you’re sure to get the attention and expertise necessary for a city, state, or federal project. For more information give us a call at 773.533.o477 or email us at info@christywebber.com.

1. Corporate: We pride ourselves in results and partnering with the corporate facility managers to deliver high-quality service on their sites within their budget.

  • The Corporate Reserves of St. Charles
  • Distinctive Office Park in Orland Park

2. School: We are accustomed to working in public spaces that require an eye for detail and professionalism. We love working in the engaging educational atmosphere, and as part of our service we provide mentoring to students, educational programming and creating edible or learning gardens.

  • Chicago Public Schools
  • City Colleges of Chicago
  • North Park University
  • Young Women’s Leadership Charter School

3. Hospital: We partner with hospitals throughout Chicagoland to look for opportunities on how we can help improve patients’ lives. We create environments that aid in the healing process and address facility managers concerns.

  • Jesse Brown VA Medical Center
  • Little Company of Mary Hospital
  • Provident Hospital
  • Stroger Hospital of Cook County
  • Edward Hospital
  • Elmhurst Hospital

“Urban nature, when provided as parks and walkways and incorporated into building design, provides calming and inspiring environments and encourages learning, inquisitiveness, and alertness.”

– excerpt from research conducted by the University of Washington – Urban Forestry & Urban Greening Research: Green Cities: Good Health

Weather Alert

We've had a warm and wet summer, and it doesn't appear to be slowing down. With the recent heavy rains, it's important to be mindful and not over-water your plants. It's best to let the roots dry out after a long rain storm before soaking them with more water.