Rana Creek is the kind of company that I want to feature on this blog.
From the website:
Integrating vegetation into new and existing structures and site development plays a vital role in regenerating urban habitats, preserving rare flora and fauna species, linking wildlife corridors, sheltering migratory birds and sustaining pollinating insects.
Read the Living Architecture section under Services. It sounds cool. And then check out the pictures of the living roof installed at the Gap’s headquarters.
If you go to South Marin Real Estate News, you’ll find an article about the specifications for and costs of green roofs.