The company brings ECOVEGETAL revegetation on the 5 th facade, contributing to the fight against heat islands and storm water runoff.
This is one of the solutions provided by landscapers and architects in dense urban areas. Use the roof as a landscaped space, which can both serve as a resting place and provide freshness, while limiting runoff water . This is what the Ecovégétal company has designed for the extension of the Saint-Philibert hospital in Lomme, north-west of Lille. This plant cover, with a surface area of over 3,000 m², occupies the roof of the annex under construction on the former hospital car park.
A water retention capacity of 7 l / m 2
The so-called simple extensive roof greening system, which was chosen to cover the roof terrace of the former hospital parking lots, is made up of succulent, creeping and resistant plants: sedums, whose foliage color changes with the seasons. . The advantage of this solution is linked to its low weight (from 60 to 100 kg / m²) and its reduced maintenance. It is also recommended for the realization of urban vegetable garden. A drain elevates the system and prevents root suffocation due to excess water. Its characteristic is also to store water for plants. For the realization of this green roof, Ecovégétal supplied the DK20 water retention drains in high density polyethylene with geotextile with a height of 20 mm. They offer a water retention capacity of 7 l / m². Ecovégétal delivered the Succulis rugs. The sedum mat or Succulis mat is biodegradable and pre-cultivated outdoors with different varieties of sedum, adapted to the local climate.
3 million m 3 of green roofs
Ecovégétal specializes in permeabilized parking lots, with more than 4 million m² to its credit and is a player in green roofs, with more than 3 million m² of roofs. It employs 100 people spread over 4 production sites in France. Its head office is located in Broué in Eure-et-Loir