Massey Services helps beautify onePULSE Foundation headquarters


June 1, 2021

Members of Massey's landscaping team work at the onePULSE Foundation headquarters. PHOTO: MASSEY SERVICES

Members of Massey’s landscaping team work at the onePULSE Foundation headquarters. PHOTO: MASSEY SERVICES

In May, Orlando, Fla.-based Massey Services partnered with the Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) and the latter’s annual Earth Month community project. This program is intended to help beautify spaces in the Central Florida community, while also ensuring they are more energy-efficient. As part of the project, OUC updated and redesigned the landscaping around the onePULSE foundation’s headquarters in downtown Orlando. Prior to the landscaping redesign, Massey Services installed the new irrigation system around the property.

The onePULSE Foundation was established after the June 2016 mass shooting at Pulse Nightclub. In addition to running a museum, administering a scholarship program and continuing community outreach, the foundation’s mission is to create a sanctuary of hope and to honor the 49 lives that were lost, those who were injured and the countless first responders and healthcare professionals who treated them.

“The opportunity to partner with OUC on this project for the onePULSE Foundation is very important to us,” said Andrea Massey-Farrell, president and CEO of the Harvey and Carol Massey Foundation and senior VP of Community Relations of Massey Services. “This memorial provides a place of healing and hope for our entire community, and we are honored to be a part of it.”


Massey Services provides service to more than 650,000 customers throughout Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, South Carolina, North Carolina and Oklahoma.

The company was founded in 1985 by Harvey Massey, a 56-year veteran of the pest management industry and a Pest Management Professional magazine Hall of Famer (Class of 2008). Celebrating more than 35 consecutive years of profitable growth, Massey Services and its subsidiary organizations employ nearly 2,200 team members and operate 2,000 vehicles that provide residential and commercial pest prevention, termite protection, landscape and irrigation services.


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Heather Gooch

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