First Dutch Rainproof tram stops in Amsterdam

Posted on Wednesday 22 January, 2020 Following the example of the 300 bus stops in the Dutch city of Utrecht, now capital Amsterdam also has their first tram stops featuring a green roof. But Amsterdam even goes one step further. In addition to the lightweight Sempergreen green roof, the bus stop on ‘Weteringcircuit’ (stop Vijzelgracht) is also provided with a thriving living wall. Read more

Christmas wishes Sempergreen

Posted on Friday 20 December, 2019 The Sempergreen team would like to thank you for the pleasant cooperation and confidence you placed in us in 2019 and wishes you Merry Christmas and a Happy 2020! Read more

Paysalia 2019 – The Future of Landscaping

Posted on Thursday 14 November, 2019 From the 3rd till the 5th of December, Sempergreen will participate as an exhibitor at Paysalia 2019 in Lyon, France. Paysalia is the leading trade exhibition for everyone in France active in landscaping. Read more

Meet Sempergreen at Bygg Reis Deg in Norway

Posted on Wednesday 09 October, 2019 From 16 to 19 October 2019, Sempergreen will be present as an exhibitor at the Bygg Reis Degg fair in Lillestrøm, Norway. Sempergreen can be found in Hall D, stand number D01-04. Read more

Green bus stops ensure a future-proof city

Posted on Friday 20 September, 2019 More and more green roofs are installed as part of a sustainable city. Especially in urban areas, green roofs can be an important factor for improving the living environment. The challenge is however, that there is often little space for more green in the city. Bus shelters have long been unexplored area, until now. Read more

Sempergreen contributes to energy positive prototype MOR team TU Delft

Posted on Thursday 27 June, 2019 The MOR team at TU Delft is currently developing an innovative solution for the challenges of the current built environment. The team consists of 52 students with 20 different nationalities from 8 disciplines. With enormous passion, they have jointly designed a prototype, in which an inefficient office is converted into a net energy positive apartment that produces more energy than it uses itself. Read more