Scandinavian Green Roof Institute (SGRI) specialises in urban bluegreen infrastructure. Our main focus here at the institute is green roofs and facades but we also work as consultants for projects involving green infrastructure. We welcome collaboration in projects of all different sizes!
We offer our services to landscape architects, engineers, real estate owners and housing companies. We offer guidance and support in the decision making process such as construction details, material selection and modelling of green roofs and facades.
Through our experience and expertise we can ensure that all parts of your project from the idea itself to the installation and maintenance are executed at a high standard and meet the needs and functions that you desire. Our goal for all the projects we work with is to produce sustainable systems that deliver long term environmental services.
Here, we helped in building and planning two different types of green roofs. A lush green roof meadow was installed on the roof top courtyard and sedum plant beds were used on the rooftops of the surrounding houses. These green roofs were also used as a case study in the innovation project BiodiverCity, which is a VINNOVA funded project.
Constructed in 2014
Landscape Architect: Morf
Combined system of solar panels and green roof meadows
This green rooftop meadow was mounted in combination with solar panels. Here and we worked with the design and plant selection for the meadow. We also assisted MKB with assessing the final inspection and implementation of the meadow. The Kv Sofia project was also used as a case study in the innovation project BiodiverCity, which is a VINNOVA funded project.
Constructed in 2018
MKB Real Estate Agency
Semi-intensive roof terrace & extensive wetland roof constructed on a storage building
For this green roof project, SGRI provided advice and support throughout the process from the initial concept to the finished product. We are still responsible for the operation of the green roofs on the property today. Ohboy was also used as a case study in the innovation project BiodiverCity, which is a VINNOVA funded project.
Constructed in 2017
Landscape Architect: Hauschild + Siegel