Garden Roof Planning Guide Request
With over 25 years of experience in all kinds of vegetated roofs, Hydrotech's 4th edition of the Garden Roof Planning Guide can take you from concept to completion in under 80 pages.
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Bringing Green Roofs to a Whole New Level
Hydrotech's Garden Roof® Assembly allows the design professional to transform virtually any flat or sloped roof into a landscaped environment.
Because if your roof membrane isn't protected neither is your building
Learn more about all the advantages of Hydrotech’s Protected Membrane Roof.
The Hydrotech Advantage
Hydrotech's Monolithic Membrane 6125®, the original rubberized asphalt membrane, has been entrusted for over 50 years with keeping high profile structures across the country and around the globe watertight.
Learn About the Benefits of a Protected Membrane Roof in Less Than 5 Minutes
Protected Membrane Roof (PMR) Planning Guide, representing more than 50 years of proven assembly experience across the globe and 35+ years of Hydrotech’s industry knowledge.
Protected Membrane Roof Planning Guide Request
The guide strives to educate architects, engineers, general contractors and other design professionals on the key benefits of a protected membrane roof compared to a conventional roof.
Hydrotech Monolithic Membrane 6125® (MM6125®) enjoys a 50-plus-year proven track record of superior long-term waterproofing protection. Leading architects, engineers and owners employ thick, tough, flexible, and self-healing MM6125 on horizontal and vertical structures including plazas, parking decks, planters, tunnels, bridges, mud slabs, foundation walls, and roof areas.
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Protected Membrane Roof (PMR)
With a Hydrotech Protected Membrane Roof (PMR), your roof membrane is protected for the life of your building. Hydrotech PMR assemblies employ the right materials, in the right order, to produce a highly energy-efficient roof that lasts more than three times the lifespan of an average unprotected membrane roof.
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What could your roof be? A restaurant, bar, or nightclub? An outdoor space for employee gatherings or simply a quiet spot to work outdoors or enjoy lunch? Hydrotech Amenity Deck(s) beautifully, safely, and effectively transform a roof into any of these exciting new possibilities.
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North America’s leading pioneer and innovator in green roof technology, Hydrotech offers a full range of assemblies and systems to meet your specific garden roof vision and requirement. Whether a lush lawn roof or a roof filled with diverse plants, shrubs, and trees, Hydrotech has your solution.
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American Hydrotech, Inc. is committed to contributing to professional continuing education of architects by developing informative and relevant free continuing education courses that advance building science, sustainability, and qualify for AIA CES credit.Learn More ››
Seaport Parcel K Hotel is located in Boston’s desirable Innovation District. This mixed-use building was completed in 2019 and integrates rental units, boutique hotel rooms, office space, and restaurant/retail space with direct access and views of the waterfront.Project Details ››
The Center of Developing Entrepreneurs (CODE) is a unique project in Downtown Charlottesville that features flexible retail and commercial office space in a dynamic urban campus. The building is comprised of multiple stepped structures that spirals around the central courtyard.Project Details ››
Located in Fishers, Indiana, Nickel Plate Station is a mixed-use development and a public-private partnership between the City of Fishers, CRG Residential and Browning Developments. It was built along the old train tracks that are being developed into a walking trail.Project Details ››
Once the hub of Houston's U.S. mail system, the 1930's era Post Office fell into a state of abandonment and neglect. That changed when efforts surged to transform this 16-acre site into a mixed-use complex topped with a 5-acre vegetated/amenity roof.