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This ‘food roof’ maximizes the use of local materials, water efficient irrigation technologies, and organic farming practices to serve the freshest food to the restaurant located below. Planter beds were built from local, sustainably harvested, black locust wood; … Continue reading
The green roof system and paver patio hardscaping are integrated to create a usable green space overlooking the facility’s campus park. Transforming what was previously a lifeless eyesore. Elevated pavers seated atop pedestals were used to create a … Continue reading
The extensive roof is graded to a depth of 3″ above filter fabric and moisture retention board that will help maximize water capture. Aside from the beautiful classroom views, the green roof will mitigate stormwater runoff. Sedum plugs … Continue reading
A DEP Stormwater analysis pilot project compared extensive green roofs with traditional ballasted roof systems. This pilot project is located atop Public School 118 in Queens, NY. A variety of sedums and native flowering grasses were used. The … Continue reading