Green-tech Specifier has recently signed up to NBS Source – a tool that provides a single source for product information for architects and specifiers.
NBS Source includes over 1,100 manufacturers and 33,000 products and is free for Specifiers to use.
Green-tech’s Specification Advisor Alasdair Innes, comments “NBS is an integrated global platform for everyone involved in the design, supply, and construction of the built environment.
It is an investment by the business and shows our commitment to the landscape specification sector by making our products easily accessible for specifiers across the UK.”
For over 50 years, NBS has helped architects produce their specifications and connect them with manufacturers.
Green-tech has a huge choice of products listed from green screens and grilles to anchors and soils.
Also listed is their latest urban tree planting cell system – TreeParker® and Green-tree Raft Soil.TreeParker® is a versatile urban tree planting cell system distributed in the UK exclusively by Green-tech. It is a modular structural soil cell system for planting trees in city centres and other urban environments.
The system maximises the space available for the growing media and is in contact with the surrounding soil to ensure a natural growth environment.
Through a simple and smart design, the TreeParker® system can be installed into any tree planting space. It is easy to customise a tree pit design to meet individual needs.
Each independent unit has sufficient load-bearing capacity, so units do not need to be linked. The load is transferred from the pavement to underlying foundations via the system and avoids soil compaction to ensure optimum root growth.
Alasdair, concludes, “Since we signed up to the NBS platform we have seen a surge in enquiries from specifiers which is great news for Green-tech and just what we had hoped.
With all relevant information in one location, its appeal to architects and specifiers is easy to understand. We have seen a marked interest in our new TreeParker system so we’re looking forward to seeing how these enquiries develop.”
For more information, please visit https://www.thenbs.com/
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