The Nedlaw Living Wall Biofilter at the Edmonton Federal Building in Edmonton, Alberta has been honored with a 2016 Landscape Alberta Provincial Award of Excellence. A special congratulations to Terra Landscaping Inc. for their outstanding maintenance expertise. You can check out more of their amazing work in the Edmonton area at www.terraland.com
Water the Key to Everything Green
Water is fundamental to life and to green infrastructure. At the 12th CitiesAlive® Green Roof and Wall Conference in Nashville, delegates will explore the many ways in which green roofs and walls can help manage our water resources more wisely. Participants will dig into the science of performance, explore the many interrelationships between energy and water, and investigate the most forward thinking designs and policies that fuel essential innovation in green building and infrastructure.
Presentations by Alan Darlington:
Water Usage in Circulating Irrigation Systems
Water is too valuable a resource to flush down the drain. How exactly do green roofs manage and control water? And how do they fail to do so?
VOC Removal by Living Wall Biofilters
Biofilters remove a wide range of air pollutants and significantly improve indoor air quality
Nedlaw Living Walls is excited to have completed our project in Philadelphia at Drexel University. This indoor air biofilter appears as a vertical garden in the Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building and is the centerpiece of the project designed by the Toronto Firm Diamond and Schmitt Architects. Additional photos and project details are available on our project page, and you can also find out more on Drexel University’s website.
Nedlaw Living Walls is excited to be working the The Jesslin Group, on the Mississauga Executive Center in Mississauga, Ontario. The two buildings will be under renovations and adding 2 living walls in one building with a third living wall in the entrance of the building next door. We would like to thank the architect John Cole of WZMH Architects for including us in this project. As we begin the project build look for a project page and photos to be updated.