Saving the Environment with Greenstone Building Products

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Published February 26, 2020


Panels being installed on roof of cabin. © robert lowdon

Panels being installed on roof of cabin. © Robert Lowdon

Last summer I was able to work with a manufacturing company from Brandon, Manitoba. Greenstone Building Products manufactures ICE panels – a product that they describe as “a proactive approach to carbon neutral building”.


Arial view of building site and surrounding countryside ©robert lowdon

Aerial view of building site and surrounding countryside ©Robert Lowdon


Top down view of panels being installed on roof. © robert lowdon

Top down view of panels being installed on roof. © Robert Lowdon

My goal was to provide the company with photographs they could use to market their product and company values. I am happy to report that the photos are being put to good use. You can see some of them on their website.


Arial view of building site and surrounding countryside ©robert lowdon

Aerial view of building site and surrounding countryside ©Robert Lowdon


Directly above the building site. © robert lowdon

Directly above the building site. © Robert Lowdon

This shoot took place at a building site near Kenora in the beautiful Lake of the Woods area of Northwestern Ontario. Because I wanted to capture the rugged landscape of the building site, I used a combination of aerial drone photography and landscape images shot from the ground.


Arial view of building site and surrounding countryside ©robert lowdon

Aerial view of building site and surrounding countryside ©Robert Lowdon


Arial view of building site and surrounding countryside ©robert lowdon

Aerial view of building site and surrounding countryside ©Robert Lowdon


Installing roofing over panels © robert lowdon

Installing roofing over panels © Robert Lowdon


Lakeside cabin under construction ©robert lowdon

Lakeside cabin under construction ©Robert Lowdon


View from the ground looking up at the lake of the woods cabin © robert lowdon

View from the ground looking up at the Lake of the Woods cabin © Robert Lowdon


The building fits in nicely with the surrounding environment. © robert lowdon

The building fits in nicely with the surrounding environment. © Robert Lowdon


Panels being used in the roof of the cabin deck©robert lowdon

Panels being used in the roof of the cabin deck ©Robert Lowdon


Close up view of the panels directly bolted to the frame of the building. © robert lowdon

Close up view of the panels directly bolted to the frame of the building. © Robert Lowdon


Building into the rock. © robert lowdon

Building into the rock. © Robert Lowdon


Panels being used in the roof and walls of the cabin ©robert lowdon

Panels being used in the roof and walls of the cabin ©Robert Lowdon


Happy homeowners posing in front of their cabin ©robert lowdon

Happy homeowners posing in front of their cabin ©Robert Lowdon

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1 Comment

  1. William Alex

    Greenstone building products really save our environment. The panels being used in the roof of the cabin deck it’s great. Thanks, Robert.

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