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Flash Site offers step-by-step assistance in learning project-specific benefits, design considerations and individualized assembly specifications to landscape professionals, architects and building owners at all levels of garden roof knowledge

Landscape architects, architects take green roof projects to the next level to offer opportunities for education, food production and other sustainable benefits

CHICAGO (November 17, 2010) – American Hydrotech, a recognized leader in the development and distribution of premium waterproofing and roofing products, today announced it has provided Garden Roof Assemblies an

Growing Number of Staff Certifications Underscores Company’s Knowledgebase of the Latest Technology and Solidifies Industry Leadership Position

Successful green roofs can be considered "low maintenance." However, they should never be viewed as "no maintenance." Not having a maintenance program in place will reduce the overall effectiveness of the initial investment made during installation.

Green Roofs for Healthy Cities (GRHC) Launches Inaugural Testing and Accreditation Programat 7th Annual International Greening Rooftops for Sustaining Communities Conference

Industry leader in waterproofing, roofing and green-roof assemblies provides sustainable roof design resource handbook to industry professionals

In an inverted membrane system, the coventional membrane arrangement is invereted or turned upside down. Inverted roof membrance assembly (IRMA) systems are used in applications where the membrane requires protection from site-specific hazards.

With its high profile green roof and other sustainable design features, St. Louis Zoo’s new Orthwein Animal Nutrition Center serves as one of the first non-animal exhibits in the zoo’s history.

A green roof is a high-performance environmental statement. Not only do they provide building owners and occupants with several ecological, technical, and economic benefits, but thanks to technological advances, today's green roofs present opportunities for the design professional to transform virtually any flat or sloped roof into a landscaped environment.

The long-term success of a green roof revolves around two main objectives: water tightness and vegetation. A quality seamless waterproofing membrane should be the foundation of every green roof. This article addresses the six essential elements that are critical to the success of an extensive green roof ’s vegetation:

Green roofs atop the new U.S. Census Bureau Headquarters Building provide natural insulation, minimize rainwater runoff and improve outside air quality. They also offer a sensational view for upper floor occupants and provide for a pleasant walk between the two wings of this sprawling complex.

A great deal of hype surrounds the term green. To provide a little insight into what's actually going into LEED-certified projects, Architectural Products presents "Achieving LEED," a snap shot of the key products and materials behind the LEED points.