Read about the greenroof system utilized under “Project Profiles” for American Hydrotech at: http://www.hydrotechusa.com/start.htm.The University of Connecticut’s NEMO (Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials) website also has the Mashantucket Pequot Museum listed as a case study, see here for more details and photos.Read more about the complete Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center site under “Architectural Facts” at: http://www.mashantucket.com, or contact Jason Mancini, Tribal Archaeologist at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center located in Mashantucket, Connecticut, is a state-of-the-art, tribally owned-and-operated complex, and brings to life the story of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation. It serves as a major resource on the history of the Tribe, the histories and cultures of other tribes, and the region’s natural history.
The Museum is a great example of how a greenroof can be integrated into natural surroundings, resulting in an aesthetically pleasing and ecologically sensitive design. This particular greenroof application is not lightweight, as it is several inches deep and provides a depth suitable for the various flowers and shrub plantings including blueberry bushes, a strawberry patch, an herb garden, a gravel path, and sitting areas.