Planning, Designing & Building Green Infrastructure

The Green Infrastructure Consultancy

The Green Infrastructure Consultancy

Green infrastructure consultancy services

Plan, Design & Build Green Infrastructure

Green Infrastructure Consultancy are leading experts on the planning, designing and specification of green infrastructure. We have years of experience covering all GI aspects but  especially in the fields of green roofs, biosolar roofs, living walls and rain gardens. We also always work closely with specialist contractors, ensuring that the important details that provide full functionality and cost values are not missed.

Examples of our Green Infrastructure Planning & Designing Pedigree

House of Fraser Rushden Lakes – Living Wall

GIC’s Gary Grant worked with HoF on planning, designing and building a large two storey interior living wall in their new store at Rushden Lakes. The project uses the Fytotextile panels supplied by Scotscape. The 2000 plants that make up the living wall are a centrepiece for the store, helping to improve air quality and wellbeing for staff and shoppers alike.

House of Fraser Green Wall, green infrastructure building

The living wall at House of Fraser, Rushden Lakes. Designed by the Green Infrastructure Consultancy

PwC More London – Biodiverse Extensive Green Roof – Designing

PwC were interested in doing something for biodiversity in their own estate. Now, with design advice from Dusty Gedge, valuable habitat for black redstart and pollinating insects has been created on a biodiverse extensive green roof on PwC’s offices at More London. GIC’s role has also included monitoring, which feeds into PwC’s reporting on the environmental stewardship element of its Corporate Responsibility plan.

PwC More London – Biodiverse Extensive Green Roof, Green Infrastructure designing in action

PwC More London – Biodiverse Extensive Green Roof

Standard Chartered Bank Bishopsgate – Biosolar Roof

Working with The Urban Greening Company, Dusty Gedge planned and designed a combined photovoltaic (PV) and extensive green roof – known as a biosolar roof on Standard Chartered’s offices in Bishopsgate in the City of London. Dusty was able to draw upon the expertise of our Swiss colleagues, who are aware of the pitfalls in combining green roofs with PVs and who have also supported the European Biosolar Roof initiative in 2015.

biosolar roof london, an example of green infrastructure designing by GIC

Standard Chartered Bank Bishopsgate – GIC planned & designed Biosolar Roof

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