GSky opens U.S. office in Delray Beach, Florida
May 14th, 2012: GSky Plant Systems, Inc. opens U.S. office in Delray Beach, Florida
GSKY PLANT SYSTEMS, INC. OPENS U.S. OFFICE IN DELRAY BEACH, FLA.
DELRAY BEACH. Fla., and VANCOUVER, B.C., May 14, 2012 – GSky Plant Systems, Inc., the leading provider of Vertical Living Green Wall systems in North America, has opened a U.S. headquarters in the South Florida city of Delray Beach. Located at 25 Seabreeze Ave. Suite 404 in east Delray Beach between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean, the office will support all of GSky’s Vertical Living Green Wall systems.GSky will continue to operate its corporate headquarters out of its office in downtown Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
“A U.S. office has been our goal for quite some time since a majority of our business in North America is in the U.S.,” said GSky Chief Executive Officer Hal Thorne. “The South Florida area is important because we have designed and installed walls on Palm Beach Island and several in the Miami area, so we have a great affinity for this area. Delray Beach is a great city known for its arts community. It is a leader in the ‘green’ industry, and there are many tropical plant growers and nurseries nearby, so it’s a perfect fit for GSky.
“With many of our new and upcoming projects on the East Coast, this office will give GSky the opportunity to better serve our clients and the market in the U.S. Our sales and technical support team will work out of this office.”
In addition, Debbie Kotalic, GSky’s manager of design and plant procurement, will work out of the Delray Beach office.
GSky Plant Systems, Inc. is the leading provider of indoor and outdoor Vertical Living Green Wall systems in North America. Products include the Pro Wall Panel System, Versa Wall Tray System, Basic Wall Container System and Smart Wall Cabinet. GSky’s services include green wall consulting, maintenance and remote monitoring of installed walls.
GSky has installed four of the five largest vertical gardens in North America. GSky walls can be seen at Microsoft headquarters, Williams Sonoma’s West Elm furnishing stores, National Geographic Society headquarters, Starwood Hotels and Longwood Gardens in Philadelphia.