Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Green Roofs articles below.
Roofing projects are an opportunity to bring this building envelope item up to current building codes, including energy performance aspects.
The school will be among the nation’s first to meet LEED's rigorous platinum standards and requirements for sustainability.
Cool roofs and porous pavement are among the strategies touted in "Achieving Urban Resilience: Washington, DC," authored by Capital E — focused on citywide adoption of smart surface technologies.
Certified by UL, the Sustainability Assessment for Single Ply Roofing Membranes standard applies to the company's white, tan, gray and dark gray single ply membranes, and 50 mil terra cotta membranes.
A report from global firm Arup examines impacts of vegetation on the building envelope in cities. Is it more than "architectural window dressing?"
Green roofing from Columbia Green Technologies is part of Amazon's new downtown Seattle headquarters’ sustainable design.
A well-defined proactive roofing maintenance plan delivers value by maximizing roof performance and service life.
Green Roofs for Healthy Cities has announced the eight winners of its 2015 Awards of Excellence.
Proper maintenance plays a significant role in maximizing the energy benefits of a reflective roof.
Structural factors and upkeep are among the leading items for facility decision-makers to evaluate.
This applies to removing and replacing vegetative roof modules when assessing and repairing roof membrane leaks.
Sika Sarnafil and LiveRoof, LLC are providing facility managers a single source warranty on green roofs using both companies materials.
The Garland Company, Inc. recently updated its GreenShield® vegetative roof technology by introducing movable, interlocking container modules.
Guest Contributor Kelly Duke explains how green roofs can help bring nature closer to urban settings, improve insulation and air quality, and work to deliver both economic and social benefits to their communities.
Vegetative roofing systems (aka green roofs) are gaining popularity for many reasons.
This past April, the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), headquartered in Washington, DC, dedicated its state of the art green roof.
Vuk Vujovic and Douglas J. Ogurek provide a brief overview of the state of sustainability around the world.