Green-tech Specifier has recently become a participant in NBS Source, an online platform offering a centralized resource for architects and specifiers seeking comprehensive product information.
NBS Source boasts a repository of over 1,100 manufacturers and 33,000 products, providing a free and accessible tool for specifiers.
Alasdair Innes, Green-tech’s Specification Advisor, highlights the significance of this move, stating, “NBS is an integrated global platform for everyone involved in the design, supply, and construction of the built environment. It is an investment by the business and shows our commitment to the landscape specification sector by making our products easily accessible for specifiers across the UK.”
With a history spanning over 50 years, NBS has been instrumental in assisting architects in producing specifications and connecting them with manufacturers.
Green-tech’s extensive product range on NBS Source includes green screens, grilles, anchors, soils, and their latest innovation, the urban tree planting cell system – TreeParker® and Green-tree Raft Soil.
TreeParker® stands out as a versatile modular structural soil cell system exclusively distributed in the UK by Green-tech. Designed for planting trees in city centers and urban environments, the system maximizes growing media space and ensures a natural growth environment by maintaining contact with surrounding soil. Its adaptable and straightforward design allows installation in any tree planting space, with each independent unit offering ample load-bearing capacity, eliminating the need for linking. The load is efficiently transferred from the pavement to the foundations below, preventing soil compaction and promoting optimal root growth.
Alasdair concludes, “Since we signed up to the NBS platform, we have seen a surge in enquiries from specifiers, which is great news for Green-tech and just what we had hoped. With all relevant information in one location, its appeal to architects and specifiers is easy to understand. We have seen marked interest in our new TreeParker system, so we’re looking forward to seeing how these enquiries develop.”
For more information, please visit NBS Source.