From the top of the American Life Building on the Louisville Belvedere to the University of Louisville Physicians Novak Center for Children's Health, Bernheim brings nature to the rooftops of the urban landscape.
Living roofs help reduce pollution and provide habitat for birds and butterflies. They incorporate climate-friendly features, including the reduction of radiant and reflected heat; plants that help to clean rain water and city air. Additionally, living roofs act as additional insulation, reducing utility costs in both the summer and winter.
Bernheim believes every roof should be a living resource.
Interested in learning how you can partner with Bernheim to bring a living roof to your facility? Contact our horticulture team today.