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The economic value of greening your building

Posted on Wednesday 25 May, 2022 Plants provide many climate and health-related benefits. Yet greenery is often added to the budget almost as an afterthought. An unmerited decision, because creating more green space is actually a profitable move! Read more

Sempergreen Sweden at Nordbygg 2022

Posted on Monday 04 April, 2022 We are happy to announce that Sempergreen is attending Nordbygg, 26-29 April 2022. This 4-day tradeshow for the building and construction industry at Stockholmsmässan, Sweden, is one of the largest in the the Nordic region. You can find all the newest tips, trends and innovations for the building industry in this one fair. And once you are there, don’t forget to visit us at stand nr. C05:45! Read more

Aldo Tognini appointed as new CFO at Sempergreen Group

Posted on Wednesday 23 February, 2022 Sempergreen Group has appointed Aldo Tognini as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO). In this position, Tognini will take part in the daily management of the company and oversee the Financial, Administration and HR & Legal departments. Within Sempergreen, he has set himself the goal of accelerating the international company’s growth ambitions. Read more

First Dutch Detention Roof for Soft drinks supplier Vrumona

Posted on Monday 07 February, 2022 In October 2021 the first Detention Roof in the Netherlands was installed on the Vrumona business premises in Bunnik. The blue-green roof was the result of a collaboration within Green Business Club Bunnik. Read more

4 seasons on one Sedum roof

Posted on Wednesday 26 January, 2022 By now, most of us know that there are many advantages to having a Sedum roof. But what is it like to actually own a Sedum roof and what kind of maintenance does it require? Read more

Can I have a green roof on a sloped roof?

Posted on Tuesday 21 December, 2021 Does your building project have a pitched roof, but would you still like to enjoy the benefits of a green roof? No problem! It's possible to add greenery even on steeply pitched roofs. Read more