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1993
April
Co-Founder and architect Richard Orne creates “Inhabited Bush” concept for CityWalk, Universal City, CA. The execution of the concept evolves into greenscreen®.
1994
June
First greenscreen® green facade wall installation in North America at CityWalk, Universal City, CA.
1996
October
greenscreen® exhibits at its first trade show, the ASLA Annual Meeting and Expo in Los Angeles, CA
1997
August
greenscreen® formalizes relationship with Kotobuki Corporation in Japan as first international distributor.
1998
January
The Oviedo Mall was the first greenscreen® installation in Florida and featured 74,580 Sq. Ft. of custom colored, wall mounted trellis panels.
July
greenscreen® launches website www.greenscreen.com
1999
January
greenscreen® implements a company-wide paper and cardboard recycling program.
March
In its first horizontal application, greenscreen® trellis panels are installed on a pergola at Fountain Park in Playa Vista, CA.
April
Project #100 – Target, Desert Ridge Marketplace – Phoenix, AZ
August
The Cascadia Green Building Council is formed and would later issue the Living Building Challenge. greenscreen® is included on the Chevron Roof Garden in San Francisco, CA, it’s first green roof project.
2000
March
The LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) green building certification system is unveiled..
May
greenscreen® exhibits at its first AIA Expo in Philadelphia, PA.
2001
November
Premier Auto Group North American Headquarters, located in Irvine, CA is the first completed LEED NC certified project in the US. Designed by LPA, Inc., the PAG Headquarters features 16,241 s.f. of greenscreen® trellis panels in three different applications.
2002
April
National Wildlife Federation (NWF) Headquarters announced as AIA/COTE Top Ten Award Winner. Completed in 2000 and designed by HOK, the NWF Headquarters features a southern exposure installation of greenscreen® that was proven by energy modeling to be more effective at improving energy performance than fixed architectural sunscreens.
November
First Greenbuild held in Austin, TX.
2004
May
Introduced the iconic “Stanford Trees” for the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University in collaboration of The SWA Group in Sausalito, CA.
August
Entering into Therapeutic Garden design, greenscreen® is installed on the Terrence Cardinal Cook Health Center project.
December
greenscreen® 10 year anniversary
2005
February
Crimp-to-Curve panels are introduced.
March
Project #1,000 installed in Ball Gardens, Chicago, IL.
November
greenscreen® exhibits at its first Greenbuild Expo in Atlanta, GA.
2006
July
The U.S. Census Bureau Headquarters in Suitland, MD is the first greenscreen® GSA installation featuring 75,000 Sq. Ft. of trellis panels.
September
Custom shape panels with circle cut outs highlight an Anthropologie storefront on an installation in Corona, CA.
2007
March
Green Roofs for Healthy Cities (GRHC) announces the course offering of "Green Wall 101: Introduction to Systems and Design" featuring the green façade technology of greenscreen®.
June
greenscreen® is installed on 28 stations of the Phoenix Light Rail.
2008
January
The Seattle Green Factor is implemented.
March
greenscreen® trellis panels are installed on the parking structure designed by Walker Parking that will serve the Perkins+Will designed Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL completed in 2012.
December
Working in collaboration with McCall Design Group and Rana Creek Living Architecture, greenscreen® trellis panels are installed on the West Elm flagship store in Emeryville, CA.
2009
October
Designed by Voorsanger Architects PC in collaboration with landscape architects, Olin Partnership, greenscreen® is installed at the WWII Museum in New Orleans, LA.
November
"Strategies for More Sustainable Exterior Solutions" is the first greenscreen® online CEU course.
December
greenscreen® completes its first Seattle Green Factor project at the First United Methodist Church, designed by Bassetti Architects and JGM Landscape Architects.
2010
April
The first Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) was conducted on the U.S. Census Bureau Headquarters in Suitland, MD. The evaluation was conceived and led by greenscreen® with stakeholders from GSA and Mayhan Rykiel Associates.
June
Project #5,000 installed at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, NV. Installed by Valley Crest, greenscreen® trellis panels are featured on the 7th floor pool deck.
July
greenscreen® provides its first Recommended Plant List by Hardiness Zones.
November
greenscreen® completes the MindClick SGM 360° Sustainability Scorecard™, a corporate sustainability audit that evaluates the sustainable performance of an organization’s operations, logistics, products, facilities, employees, and brand.
2011
April
greenscreen® adds to its online CEU offerings with Building Products in BIM.
May
greenscreen® releases a Recycled Content Declaration and a corporate Environmental Statement.
August
Designed as a prominent facade feature by Busby & Associates Architects, greenscreen® trellis panels are installed on the Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability (CIRS), dubbed “the greenest building in North America”.
September
Capitalizing on an interest in urban renewal and redevelopment, greenscreen® becomes a significant design component installed on the award winning Yards Park designed by M. Paul Friedberg and Partners in Washington, DC.
2012
March
greenscreen® sponsored the completion of a three-year research study titled, “Rainfall Interception Capacity of Green Facades”, by Dr. Maureen Connelly at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT).
April
greenscreen® completes the first green façade product ISO Compliant, third party verified Life Cycle Assessment (LCA).
June
greenscreen® unveils its Building Information Modeling (BIM) Revit models.
August
Ennead Architects wins a Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute Design Award for the New York Botanical Garden parking structure featuring custom greenscreen® trellis panels.
September
greenscreen® publishes its first white paper "Considerations for Advanced Green Façade Design".
October
greenscreen® presents at the first Façades+Innovation conference in Chicago, IL.
November
greenscreen® develops the prototype for the Café Series
December
Architectural Products magazine awards greenscreen® a Product Innovation Award in the Product Application category.
2013
April
A greenscreen® green façade wall is included on the Gensler-designed PNC Net Zero branch in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
September
greenscreen® panels are completed on the parking structure at the HOK/Perkins+Will designed United States Coast Guard Headquarters located on the historic St. Elizabeth’s Hospital West Campus.
November
LEED v4 is unveiled at Greenbuild in Philadelphia, PA.
2014
January
The greenscreen® Considerations for Advanced Green Façade Design CEU launches on AEC Daily.
June
Sharp and Diamond Landscape Architecture Inc. wins a SAB Magazine Green Building Award for the Mountain Equipment Co-op Store in North Vancouver, BC that included a greenscreen® trellis system.
October
Whole Foods flagship store at the Shoppes at Kingsbury Square, designed by Gensler and Wolff Landscape Architects, is awarded an Exterior Green Wall Award by Green Roofs for Healthy Cities (GRHC) for its 15,519 Sq. Ft. greenscreen® green wall in Chicago, IL.
2015
January
greenscreen® is the first green façade product manufacturer to complete a third party verified, publicly available Health Product Declaration (HPD).
2018
March
The greenscreen® design office moves to Downtown Los Angeles.
August
greenscreen® launches new Blade Clip Series.
November
greenscreen® launches Café Series Planter Line.
2019
April
greenscreen® celebrates their 25th anniversary.