GLTI Pro Staff – The Heart and Soul of Our Network – Project Updates




We realize the importance of not only having a high quality product but even more importantly is working with some of the best talent in the industry. GLTI Pro Staffers are some of the best in the world at being a combination of things: engineers, designers, artists and much more. This month’s project highlights are only a small sample of the incredible skills we have been able to develop over the years. Through incredible dedication, ongoing support and technology advances, we have been able to maintain a network that allows us to service virtually any project in the world! This GLTI Plug and Play in the above photo included a moss surround. It is an excellent application to include other types of mediums into the stunning visual.


This complex project shows the skill set and creativity by GLTI Pro Staff Joe Zazzera and his company Plant Solutions. This GLTI Plug and Play is actually two sided. The lower portion literally hangs between the escalators and has a combined total 5 different monitors. The GLTI Plug and Play is highly adaptable to a variety of external media including signs, audio and visual aids.

Boston MA – Liberty Mutual Update!


These 3D cube structures were a retro fit from a competitor’s failed system. This Cityscapes project includes the one gallon GLTI Plug and Play! The Fall transformation retains its full foliage and the beauty throughout the winter. The GLTI Plug and Play is resistant to warping like plastic and designed to be installed interior or exterior while minimizing penetrations and excessive labor.

Oh Canada! McMaster University Sports 2nd GLTI Plug and Play


Josh Hollander and Hollander Landscaping has developed as the Toronto based elite GLTI ProStaff. This is the second GLTI Plug and Play to be installed at McMaster University by Hollander. This Plug and Play has 3 different planes and diverse outcroppings custom built by Hollander. The GLTI Plug and Play has the standard panel diversity to turn corners on this complex project. GLTI consistently demonstrates our ability to deliver quality products for simple to complex projects.

San Francisco Gets Another “Vertical Green”


San Francisco California- Andrew Bolts company Vertical Green is making a big splash in the Northern California region and 555 California Street is one of many GLTI living walls. Formerly Bank of America Center, it was built in 1969 as the tallest building on the West Coast. The most recent improvements encompassed three main design programs – an update of the building’s main plaza lobby, renovation of the retail concourse, and revitalization of the outdoor Summer Street entry plaza hosting the stunning Green Living Wall.

Grow With Us!


GLTI is currently seeking additional Pro Staff members in select areas of the US. We would like to thank the newest member of the GLTI family, The Hoffman Design Group. Shown above is a small sample of the Freestanding 6″ GLTI Plug and Play that was on display at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden NJ. Simplicity at its best, at the end of the lease the entire unit can be moved to a new location. Easily change out the plants in just minutes!