green • su • late (verb) – to conserve energy, water and resources, clean the air, and make the world cooler and kinder through green infrastructure.

Visualize a greener world

Greensulate brings green roofs and living walls to cities across North America. Our vegetated roofs and walls clean local air and water, lead to LEED credits and make buildings sustainable. From the New York City skyline to the rooftops, walls and sidewalks of San Francisco, Seattle and Los Angeles, Greensulate has installed hundreds of thousands of square feet of green walls and ecoroofs, saving building owners and taxpayers millions of dollars in energy costs and improving the environment. Greensulate is a leader of integrated design, engineering, installation and maintenance of green walls and all types of green infrastructure solutions for the residential, commercial, and industrial markets.


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Greensulate Projects

Greensulate has been involved in the installation of more than a million square feet of green roofs, green walls and green infrastructure, and has directly installed and maintained over 400,000 square feet of living roofs and walls. The types and sizes of projects are far ranging from a 25,000 sf Extensive Green Roof on a downtown Manhattan high school to a rooftop food garden to feed the homeless to a cable-system green wall on a Castro Street Victorian in San Francisco.

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Solar Green Roofs in Schools

Greensulate installed one of the first and largest solar green roof on a New York school at Regis High. By next summer, 25 New York City schools will have green roofs with integrated solar. Teachers are using the living roofs in their curriculum. by Cat DiStasio,... read more

In Sync with Nature

Facebook’s new building in Menlo Park, known as MPK 20, features a sprawling 9 acre rooftop garden. The goal was to reflect and complement the environment, and sustainability drove the green roof’s design. The green roof absorbs rainwater and protects... read more

Green Roofs on MultiFamily Buildings

Developers and their architects are starting to realize that green roofs can mean green dollars. In this article from Real Estate Investor, the author talks about the 2000+ sf green roof as an amenity on a multi-family condo development.  by Bendix Anderson, Real... read more

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CO2 Eliminated (tons)

Cars off the road

Gallons Stormwater Filtered