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Simmons College Boston, MA

This 2,000 square foot Roofmeadow Type II accessible green roof is five floors up in the heart of Boston’s Simmons College School of Management and was established with drought tolerant perennials, grasses, and a sedum mix.

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  1. Colin Black #

    Michelle – what you do is awesome! I am truly in awe – to beautify and green urban areas – amazing. Next time you are at Simmons College – let me know – i live 10 minutes outside the city. Best, Colin

    June 8, 2011
    • Thanks so much Colin! I’m enjoying traveling and seeing some of our old projects very much and I’ll be in Boston very soon so make sure to check out the blog for a look at some green roofs in your city.

      June 8, 2011
  2. Marilyn Shreffler #

    Last week we three [family] visited the Lazarus project in downtown Columbus. We took the tour and were most amazed at what is happening there. They have not as yet published anything…… but I found this web address in one of the explanations on the wall [inside]. .. Enjoyed the photos here of some of the other projects and that you may respond. We sort of understand about the use of water…. thruout the building….
    and the use of plants on the roof. I look forward to coming back to this site and learning more!
    Curious what “lead gold certified” means. All so fascinating. Thankyou. We also have family inBoston so will hope to see your blog on Boston. Marilyn Shreffler [and Lance Shreffler and Kris S. Goettler]

    June 11, 2011
  3. Nancy Mueting #

    Wow! Traced this photo above where it was displayed on another website. At my condo in Waikiki, we are wondering what to do with an expansive garage roof viewed by many visitors from above. I’ll show them what Greenmeadow can do!

    December 15, 2011

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