Looking west, right-of way planters at N. 34th Street before final excavation, soil prep and import soil installation.
Looking east, fully completed N. 34th Street right-of-way planters.
Looking north, right-of way planters at Stone Way N. before final excavation, soil prep and import soil installation.
Looking north, fully completed Stone Way N. right-of-way planters shortly after completion.
Looking north, Stone Way N. right-of-way planters after plant establishment. Also shown is crushed granite walkways with edging.
Looking north, Stone Way N. Corten steel planters prior to soil prep and deep import soil installation.
Looking south, fully completed Stone Way N. Corten steel planters.
Looking west, fully completed Corten steel and right-of-way planters at N. 35th Street.
Looking north, east alley planters prior to soil excavation, soil prep, and deep import soil installation.
Looking north, fully completed east alley planters.
Looking south, fully completed rooftop free-standing concrete planters which included drainage, drip irrigation, deep soils, vines and sedum tiles.
Looking south, in-progress installation of green roof tray system prior to completion of edging, irrigation, import soils and planting.
Looking north, green roof tray system during import soils, irrigation, edging and final grading activities.
Looking north, fully completed planted-in-place green roof tray system with edging, drain access boxes with gravel ballast, and sedum tile installation.
Looking north, established green roof and free-standing concrete planters with sedum tiles showing fall colors.
Landscape and green roof installation as part of new building construction. At-grade landscape scope included excavation and removal of native soils within right-of-way planting areas and Corten steel planters, deep import soils in all areas, design-build sub-surface automatic drip irrigation system, root barrier at street trees, tree installation with staking, shrub and ground cover installation, aluminum edging, crushed granite walkways, and bark mulch. Rooftop scope included drainage, design-build sub-surface drip irrigation system, deep import soils, and planting within free-standing rooftop planters, planted-in-place green roof tray system with design-build sub-surface pop-up spray irrigation system, aluminum L-shaped edging at all green roof vegetation perimeter edges, drain access/inspection boxes with gravel ballast and edging, sedum tile planting.
General Contractor: Skanska
Landscape Architect: Swift Company LLC