Moerings USA to work with architects and developers in Midwest, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic
Delray Beach, FL – (September 10, 2019) – GSky Plant Systems, Inc., a global industry leader in the design and production of interior and exterior green walls, announces it has entered into a partnership with Moerings USA LLC to represent GSky® living green wall systems with architects, landscape architects, and developers in the upper Midwest, Northeast, and Mid-Atlantic United States. Moerings USA is a provider of Sempergreen green roof systems in the United States. Specified projects will be contracted by GSky Plant Systems in the same manner as they are currently contracted.
“The Sempergreen team works closely with architects, landscape architects, and developers and we look forward to being included in many more projects through the new partnership.”
Hal Thorne, CEO
GSky Plant Systems
GSky Plant Systems, Inc., was founded in 2004 and has installed walls in North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Australia. The company installs more than one hundred walls annually.
“Our goal at GSky® is to have our turnkey living wall systems included in projects requiring green walls or vegetated facades,” said Hal Thorne, GSky Plant Systems CEO. “The Sempergreen team works closely with architects, landscape architects, and developers and we look forward to being included in many more projects through the new partnership.”
Sempergreen, headquartered in Culpepper, Virginia, offers quality products for green roofs, living walls, and ready-to-lay ground covering. “Sempergreen USA has great connections with the design community and GSky® has a great product,” said Sempergreen CEO Oscar Warmerdam. “Our company values are the same, and we each want to help the client and end-user with the best possible solution for their project. GSky® walls are clever systems that are simple to install and work well. We are pleased to be working with the team at GSky®, as they are a premier provider of living green wall systems. We look forward to work jointly in the expansion of living green walls along with green roof systems in North America.”