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People’s Food CoOp

People’s Food Co-op is a member owned food cooperative that has been in operation since 1970. The members have always maintained a commitment to sustainable products and incorporated many green design elements into their recent expansion. These include a highly efficient ground source heat pump heating and cooling system, and the use of recycled, toxic free and durable construction materials. There are two ecoroofs on site, a sloped roof over the front entrance and a flat roof over a sun room on the south side of the building. This is one of our first projects from back when we were unpaid weekend warriors pulling buckets of soil on the weekends.

Project Team:
Owner: People’s Food Co-op
Design and Project Management: Ecoroofs Everywhere
Technical Assistance: Jason King, ASLA
Landscape: Steve Nelson
Flat roof details: Dave Wadley

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People’s Food CoOp

People’s Food Co-op is a member owned food cooperative that has been in operation since 1970. The members have always maintained a commitment to sustainable products and incorporated many green design elements into their recent expansion.

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Hawthorne Condominiums

The Hawthorne Condominiums ecoroof stemmed from neighborhood requests for incorporating green elements in the development, as well as the owner’s desire to provide a visual “front yard” to the residents and to reduce summer heat and glare. This is one of our first projects, back when we were a non-profit.

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Ecoroofs / Greenroofs

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