GSky President Chad Sichello addresses landscape architects in San Diego
GSKY PRESIDENT CHAD SICHELLO ADDRESSES LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS IN SAN DIEGO
VANCOUVER, B.C. , Nov. 3, 2011 – The green wall market in North America is in a fluid phase moving towards a transitional phase where a dominant green wall technology will emerge and the field of competitors will quit expanding and begin to contract.
That was the message GSky Plant Systems, Inc., President Chad Sichello told an audience at the American Society of Landscape Architects Expo this week in San Diego. On a panel of green wall experts that also included GSky Design Manager Debbie Kotalic, Sichello said the number of green wall technologies is rapidly expanding.
“New competitors are entering and exiting the field, so it is important for landscape architects to choose their green wall solutions based upon: Installation history and success rate; viability of the green wall company; and warranty and maintenance program detail,” Sichello said.
The GSky booth was one of the more popular at the ASLA Expo as landscape architects from around the world learned more about the technologies and designs in GSky’s Pro, Versa and Basic Walls as well as its Smart Wall cabinets.
“The reaction to our walls was overwhelming,” Sichello said. “It’s a tribute to what we at GSky have accomplished and to what the future will be for us and for green walls.”
GSky Plant Systems, Inc. is the leading provider of indoor and outdoor vertical living garden systems in North America. Products include the Pro Wall System, Basic Wall System, Versa Wall System and Smart Wall cabinets. Services include green wall consulting, maintenance and remote monitoring of installed walls. GSky walls can be seen at Microsoft headquarters, Walt Disney World, Starwood Hotels, the Vancouver Airport, Duke University, Longwood Gardens in Philadelphia, Trader Vic’s Restaurant in Portland, and The Bertschi School in Seattle, WA. Visit gsky.com for more information and like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/gsky.