Lockheed Martin – Suffolk

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Lockheed Martin – Suffolk

Suffolk, Virginia

Membership Type: Bronze

Project Summary

The Lockheed Martin facility team in Suffolk, VA plans to use native trees, shrubs, grasses and additional topsoil to create and maintain at least one conservation landscape, to reduce stormwater runoff around the warehouse facility. In 2018, they planted 344 square feet with 16 native Viburnum plants and 3 Tonto Crepe Myrtles.

Click here to download the Lockheed Martin 2017 Gold B4B Member Press Release

Themes Fulfilled

Clean Water
Lockheed Martin is committed to being a good steward and good neighbor in our communities. Our partnership with Businesses for the Bay is a natural extension of our work to protect and restore the Chesapeake Bay.


Gary Moore
Facilities Manager

For more information about contacting this member, email Corinne Stephens.