– The Waterfront Toronto development consists of multiple green infrastructure projects across Toronto’s waterfront. This case study highlights four projects where Silva Cells were used to achieve Waterfront Toronto’s green infrastructure objectives. – Sugar Beach trees have matured into an iconic, lush canopy that extends over the plaza. For those who wish to escape from… MoreApril 21, 2022
The new construction project, Marriot International Headquarters and Hotel in Bethesda, Maryland hosts a slew of green infrastructure achievements. The 2.14-acre project site will manage stormwater, accommodate on-site green roof over a parking lot, and create a lush green space for pedestrians, with the support of DeepRoot Silva Cells.April 18, 2022
The Santa Rosa Courthouse reunification is a long-awaited project that helped restore the city’s downtown square. The outdoor plaza serves as a destination for public events with 87 trees providing shade and green infrastructure.February 2, 2022
Construction on the Denny Substation was completed in 2018. The uniquely designed substation, named after its host street, Denny Way, in Seattle has unique amenities that provide a vantage point for viewing the city, education and art spaces, and accessible areas for pedestrians and their pooches.February 1, 2022
The Lakeshore Road Reconstruction project includes a total of 1,633 DeepRoot Silva Cells, incorporating over 1,758m3 soil volume, 82 trees, a bike path, and an urban art aesthetic.January 18, 2022
Originally a parking lot transformed into a 3.7-acre slice of green, in downtown Dallas, providing a welcome refuge for shade in urban heat.
The San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) is teaching by example, adding Silva Cells to its campuses.January 14, 2022
5 ASLA awards and 3 sustainable design elements make the two USC projects green infrastructure champions
Innovative Storm Water Solutions employed through Silva Cell technology where runoff from the public streets at North City East is treated using median and curbside biofiltration facilities that incorporate underground detention modules for pollutant control, hydromodification, and 100-year peak flow migration.
Silva Cell adds lasting legacy supporting sustainable design in a new chapter of the Miami Beach Convention Center