Case Studies

Green-tree Roof Garden Substrate reaches new heights in York

Posted on:03 Aug 2018
Green-tree’s intensive roof garden substrate has been installed in one of the most high profile and newest commercial buildings in the centre of York. Global insurer Hiscox Ltd has recently completed a £19 million office-build in the city’s historic centre, employing 250 people so far.

Green-tech supplies Green-tree topsoil in North East’s £150m Trinity Square Project

Posted on:03 Aug 2018
The Green-tree Roof Garden Substrate was specifically selected due to its workability, lightweight qualities and good water holding capacity; all variables that contribute to a successful roof garden planting scheme. The Green-tree Amenity Tree Soil was installed to provide an excellent start for the planting scheme, ensuring that the trees and plants that make up this development establish themselves quickly in time for the official opening of the student halls in autumn 2014.

The perfect solution for Leeds University

Posted on:03 Aug 2018
Green-tech were able to provide the perfect solution – a bespoke soil mix which was very light and had a high nutrient content. Green-tech produce and deliver organic top soil ideal for planting, turfing and landscaping, known as Green-tree Topsoil. Manufactured using organic compost and overburdened sand from quarries, our high quality top soil has been recognised across the UK and awarded the Green Apple award. This is awarded to companies carrying out projects that enhance the environment.

Holt Park Leisure Centre, Leeds

Posted on:03 Aug 2018
Green-tech produce and deliver organic top soil ideal for planting, turfing and landscaping, known as Green-tree Topsoil. Manufactured using organic compost and overburdened sand from quarries, our high quality top soil has been recognised across the UK and awarded the Green Apple award. This is awarded to companies carrying out projects that enhance the environment.

Green-tree topsoil is contributes to the environment at Essex Business School

Posted on:03 Aug 2018
A £15m new development of the Business School at the University of Essex, has incorporated over 140 tonnes of Green-tree topsoil into its landscaping and groundworks. Spread over 5500 sq m, the building features a Bloomberg Financial Market Lab, study pods and a café with sun terrace and elevates the school’s position to compete with the premier business schools in Europe