Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

The City of Cleveland is making vast sustainability strides. The goal of building a greener city united them with the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Rooftop Green. Two extensive green roof installations of modular vegetated trays cover about 7,300 square feet of Concourses A and B. Not only are those trays full of green vegetation, but they are made of an estimated 117,000 plastic bottles recycled into trays right here in Cleveland.

Project Details
  • 2,700 sedum trays
  • 7,300 square feet
  • Cleveland, Ohio
CLE first city building to install “Green Roofs”
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport installs environmentally friendly green roofs

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Cleveland Metroparks Edgewater Pavilion

Project Details
  • 500 sedum trays
  • 1,300 square feet
  • Cleveland, Ohio

Properties Magazine
Landmark on the Lake | Edgewater Beach House brings new life to the Cleveland waterfront

Photo credit: Kyle Lanzer/Cleveland Metroparks

Cleveland Institute of Art

A flagship project for the Rooftop Green team, the Cleveland Institute of Art’s atrium roof, is a beautiful recreational space for students and faculty.  The project features rooftop access for the students and staff and makes for a great natural event space. Providing inspiration in the already art-centric University Circle neighborhood, this installation makes its home between Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland’s own Little Italy.

Project Details
  • 1,500 sedum trays
  • 3,500 square feet
  • Cleveland, Ohio

FreshWater Cleveland
Roof at CIA's Gund Building set to transform into urban "meadow"

Burklehagen Food Photography

This project is a perfect example of Rooftop Green’s essential interests: providing both accessible and flexible green roofing products to anyone and everyone. Together, Andrew Burkle and David Hagen make BurkleHagen, an upscale food photography studio known for their delicious visions. Their green roof installation holds a variety of herb based trays and both of Rooftop Green’s standard product offerings. Even helping to grow tomatoes and green peppers—these crops grew from Rooftop Green modules to eventually provide beautiful organic products for BurkleHagen’s food photography.

Project Details
  • 30 herbal, wildflower, and sedum trays
  • 225 square feet
  • Cleveland, Ohio

University School

Project Details
  • 25 sedum trays
  • 70 square feet
  • Cleveland, Ohio