SunRay Lawn and Landscape, LLC (SunRay) is a Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) certified business that originated in August of 2017 with the intention of focusing on conservation landscapes.
SunRay quickly gained traction by offering affordable maintenance, design and installation options to clients who struggled with efficiently maintaining their stormwater management facilities.
SunRay has since enhanced their stormwater management portfolio to include other green infrastructure practices including; permeable pavers (installation and maintenance), pond and other BMPl retrofits & stormwater design and installation.
Our company has since enhanced their landscaping portfolio to include additional ground maintenance services. Including, grass care, winter de-icing treatments and snow removal, trimming, edging and pruning, mulch replacement and carpentry services. Decks, fences, sheds, and more.
Your satisfaction is our priority and we strive to provide a service we are proud of. We start every project by providing a thorough consultation to understand your goals and the needs of the project. We do this to guarantee that the project is completed according to your preferences.
Prince George’s County and Corvias implemented the Clean Water Partnership (CWP) as the solution to its stormwater regulatory challenges.
SunRay joined The CWP early of 2018 and has held a routine-maintenance contract since. SunRay actively bids and has been awarded functional-maintenance and construction sites over the past 2 years. SunRay has done many bmp retrofits, stabilization jobs, sod installations, and large scale planting jobs. One example is the construction and soil amendment to 5 aquatic benches at a pond retrofit which we installed 600 aquatic quart sized plants. Another is the installation of 50 red twig dogwoods for Mattaponi Elementary School. Most recently 1200 perennials, shrubs and trees were planted on a Prince George’s County median.
SunRay was also highlighted in the CWP Newsletter in July 2020 for Contractor Spotlight.
Founded in 1927, the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) is a nationally recognized leader in land use planning, parks, and recreation achieving countless awards for innovation, stewardship and exemplary vision for enhancing the lives of current and future generations.
SunRay holds the routine maintenance contract to perform Non-Structural Maintenance of Storm Water Facilities including the treatment and/or removal of native and/or non-native invasive plants on Commission Storm Water Facilities and other environmentally sensitive areas.
Green Infrastructure (GI) is an approach to managing stormwater runoff that takes advantage of natural processes such as infiltration and evapotranspiration, to slow down, clean and in some cases reuse stormwater to keep it from overwhelming sewer systems and polluting waterways. The goal of GI is to mimic the natural environment through the use of plants, trees and other measures.
SunRay holds the routine maintenance contract for 15 large bio-retentions located around Irving St. DC, as well as 14 other facilities including silva cells, permeable pavers and turf pavers. SunRay continues to bid and receive awards for non-routine items