The Kemper System Eco-Roof is a unique assembly that includes liquid-applied waterproofing membrane and a state-of-the-art media tray system. It provides a monolithic design incorporating the functions of drainage, filtration, retention and irrigation within one component.
With its ability to receive up to 2 feet of soil, growing media design options for extensive or intensive applications are greatly expanded. A Kemper System Eco-Roof roof acts as a thermal blanket to the buildingís roof and reduces energy costs for both heating and cooling.
|•||Odor-free assembly for sensitive areas and occupied buildings|
|•||Tray system for extensive and intensive green roof design|
|•||Interlocking feature to achieve high levels of wind uplift resistance|
|•||Reduces the amount and slows the rate of rainwater runoff by as much as 70%, fulfills stormwater management requirements|
|•||Up to 80% natural renewable resource content|
|•||Monolithic, seamless membrane that fully adheres to the surface|
|•||Single source warranty on the full roof assembly|
Reduce total annual storm water runoff volume by 70 percent and provide an aesthetically pleasing meadow area outside of the central library second floor level.
An Eco-Roof tray system was installed to provide necessary storm water retention. Low-maintenance sedum plantings provide a colorful meadow that is in bloom nearly year-around. The central library enjoys the recognition of being the first public library in Oregon to feature an Eco roof.