PCL Construction is a group of independent construction companies that carries out work across Canada, the United States, the Caribbean, and Australia. PCL is the 6th largest contractor in the United States and has been ranked a Top Green Contractor by Engineering News Record magazine. As of early 2015, PCL was ranked #59 on the FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® list, having been on the list for nine consecutive years. PCL is 100% employee-owned with a diverse portfolio of projects ranging in value from $20,000 to more than $1 billion, including office towers, residential condominiums, retail outlets, hotels and resorts, educational and health care facilities, casinos, sport and entertainment complexes, bridges, airports, high-tech facilities, water treatment facilities, petrochemical/power/oil and gas plants, and major plant maintenance shutdowns. PCL holds strong values in community giving, contributing thousands of volunteer hours and millions of dollars each year to humanitarian and community development organizations, educational programs, healthcare facilities, environmental initiatives, and support for our veterans and military members.
Dodger Stadium is the third oldest continually used Major League Baseball park, behind Fenway Park and Wrigley Field. In 1957, Dodger President Walter O'Malley teamed up with New York based civil engineer and architect Emil Praeger and Los Angeles based architect Edward Fickett to design the stadium with its uniquely Southern California-inspired modern style. Carved into the hillside of Chavez Ravine, Dodger Stadium offers stunning views of both downtown Los Angeles and the San Gabriel mountains. Upgrades to all aspects of the ballpark began after the 2012 baseball season, which included enhancement of the stadium's landscaping. Working in the areas surrounding both team stores and the concessions buildings near right and left fields, Pierre upgraded the irrigation system, amended nearly 12,000 square feet of soil, installed nearly 250 flats of ground cover and over 500 5-gallon and 15-gallon plants, and spread over 65 cubic yards of mulch. Pierre Landscape's partnership with PCL Construction made the historic ballpark's renovation a home run.