Hi Lucas and All, 

The Sand Creek Byway may be of interest to you. On this project I worked with an engineering team and the Idaho Department of Transportation. 
We changed out the standard post and beam highway construction for landscaped MSE Green Walls.
See: https://www.codaworx.com/project/sand-creek-byway-idaho-transportation-department

Previously, I had introduced MSE Green Walls, at a smaller scale, on the D Street Pedestrian Bridge. See: http://www.vickiscuri.com/project-dstreet.html
In both situations, the MSE Green Walls were less expensive to construct and more environmental than standard construction methods using MSE concrete cladding, or standard post and beam construction.
With the money we saved, we created more pedestrian amenities for the projects. As the budgets were integrated with the overall projects, I do not have specific line-item costs for the MSE Green Walls. 
Good Luck with your search. I would like to see the results if you share them. 



Vicki Scuri
Vicki Scuri SiteWorks
c. 206-930-1769
w. 206-361-5964

On Sep 23, 2019, at 12:30 PM, Lucas Cowan <lcowan@rosekennedygreenway.org> wrote:

Hi PanPals! 
I am searching for examples of Green Wall or Living Wall Public Art Projects. Has anyone taken on this sort of project and or have examples they would be willing to share and or budgets if applicable? 

Example below:

Lucas Cowan 
Public Art Curator

Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy
185 Kneeland Street   
Boston, Massachusetts 02111

T -  617.603.7732

Pronouns: He/Him/His

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