Landscape Architect & Specifier News

MAY 2016

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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264 Landscape Architect and Specifier News 2016 Specifier's Guide water management Drainage Systems / Retention Liners Product Profiles Drainage / Grates 266 Drainage Systems / Retention Liners 264 Drains / Trench 266, 268 Grates Mitered / Drainage 268 Irrigation: - Bags 271 - Controllers 270 - Enclosures 270 - Low Volume 272 - Pumping Systems 268 - Rotors 272 - Subsurface 272 - Weather Stations 270 Moisture Sensors 269 Pressure Regulators 268 Root Zone Irrigation 271 Stormwater Management 264, 266 Find this product on page 266. Find this product on page 268 World Premiere Find this logo on World Premiere product photos. Information Request # 9432 Cosella-Dorken Products, Inc. 888-433-5824 delta-floraxx.com Cosella-Dorken's Delta® Garden Roof System with Delta®-Floraxx is a water retention & drainage membrane that uses an innovative dimpled sheet that is an ideal and sustainable component for garden roof designs. Information Request # 9581 Best Management Products 800-504-8008 BMPinc.com Over 65,000 BMP SNOUT stormwater quality hoods are improving the sustainability of LID projects. This system reduces trash, floatables, oil, and sediment from stormwater discharges. See CAD drawings and pricing at bmpinc.com. Made in the USA. (Continued on page 266) See Ad on page 271 Information Request # 9079 Atlantis Water Management 360-714-6553 atlantis-america.com The Atlantis Flo-Cell® is our flagship drainage product, first developed by our founder, a landscape architect, to facilitate construction of roof gardens and optimize subsurface water channels. The product is a lightweight, strong structure that efficiently drains excess water, while retaining an optimum moisture level. Can be installed horizontally or vertically and easily configured to meet project specifications. Stormwater Management

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