Spring Lake, Mich., U.S.A. and Saint-Sulpice, Quebec, Canada (PRWEB) September 28, 2011 -- LiveRoof®, LLC, the preeminent horticultural science company atop the green roof industry, announced the appointment of Pépinière Premier Plant as LiveRoof’s licensed regional grower and distributor in Quebec for the LiveRoof® Hybrid Green Roof System.
The most technologically advanced and horticulturally refined green roof solution, the LiveRoof® Hybrid Green Roof System is the only modular green roof installed with full-grown, fully thriving plants. In addition, it is the only solution that establishes a naturally functioning, sustainable ecosystem on the rooftop. LiveRoof maintains a network of licensed regional growers across the U.S. and Canada. They utilize local horticultural expertise and knowledge of local climates to select and grow the best green roof plants appropriate for each LiveRoof project.
“LiveRoof is exceptional,” said Martin Marion, manager, Pépinière Premier Plant. “No other green roof on the market offers LiveRoof’s combination of instant green results, long-term sustainability and low maintenance.”
“Pépinière Premier Plant has earned its reputation as a leading grower of perennials in the Montreal area. Nadine Benoit and Martin Marion, the company’s management team, have more than 20 years of experience in greenhouse management and landscaping,” said Dave MacKenzie, horticulturalist and president, LiveRoof, LLC. “The horticultural specialists at Pépinière Premier Plant are dedicated to assisting every client to ensure optimal selection and healthy growth of plant palettes for their individual projects.”
About Pépinière Premier Plant
Established in 1968, Pépinière Premier Plant, Saint-Sulpice, Quebec, is now run by the third generation of the founding family. With a personal commitment to each of its clients, the company offers an original and complete selection of plants along with landscape design services. For more information, visit http://www.pepinierepremierplant.com.
About LiveRoof®, LLC
LiveRoof, LLC (http://www.liveroof.com) is the horticultural science company that developed the LiveRoof® Hybrid System: the only green roof solution installed as a naturally functioning ecosystem with thriving, fully mature plants. Combining the best elements of proven green roof technologies, LiveRoof establishes a seamless vegetative surface rooted in a continuous layer of soil. This design maximizes environmental benefits, energy savings and rooftop aesthetics. Regional growers in its national network adapt LiveRoof plants for local conditions and customize plant selection for every project. LiveRoof’s natural function and natural beauty offer the highest level of green roof performance at the lowest level of acquisition-installation-maturation-maintenance costs. The proof is on the roof — showcased in LiveRoof projects that stand out as signature elements on commercial, public, university and school buildings in more than two dozen states and Canada.
LiveRoof® at Greenbuild
LiveRoof will exhibit at Greenbuild at the Metro Toronto Convention Center, Toronto, Canada, October 4-6, 2011. LiveRoof will be at booth #125N.
A guided tour of the LiveRoof® installation at Toronto City Hall will be featured in a Greenbuild off-site educational session. The guided tour is part of “OF05 – Enacting a Green Roof by Law” on Thursday, October 6, 2011, 3:00-5:30 p.m. Architectural critic Lisa Rochon has called the Toronto City Hall green roof “so impressive in its landscape detail and magnetism that it warrants the drop command: Drop everything and go directly to it.” Greenbuild attendees who cannot participate in the offsite session on October 6, 2011 can still visit the Toronto City Hall green roof, which is the largest publically accessible extensive green roof in all of Canada. It is open to the public daily from sunrise to sunset. Information for self-guided tours will be available during Greenbuild from LiveRoof at booth #125N.
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