Rockwell Automation’s Majo Thurman, director of environment, health & safety, discussed the green roof atop the company’s global headquarters building in Milwaukee in a recent interview with WaterMarks: An Atlas of Water for the City of Milwaukee.
Green roofs, sometimes called living roofs, are typically covered with vegetation and offer a variety of environmental benefits. Rockwell’s captures a million gallons of stormwater per year. At the time it was created in 2010, Rockwell’s green roof was the largest single-level green roof in the Wisconsin.
Watch Thurman’s interview about Rockwell’s green roof, here.
To learn more about the company’s sustainability efforts, visit its 2020 Sustainability Report content hub.
Published March 24, 2021