Decking Products

Up on the Roof

Perfect for enhancing rooftop environments, screwjack pedestals, pavers and hardwood deck tiles like these on the Denver Botanic Garden’s green roof provide unique appeal. This application—using Bison Ipê Deck Tiles and Bison adjustable pedestals—was the first publicly accessible green roof in Denver.  The installation uses over 100 species of native and drought tolerant plants and is a great example for creating versatile, unique outdoor spaces. Bison's pedestal deck system supports easy installation without damaging roofing systems.


Composite Decking

MoistureShield Vision deck and trim boards are made with an advanced manufacturing method that creates composite decking that closely resembles wood. It developed methods for applying pigments to randomizing the embossed grain pattern so no two boards are alike.Judge’s Comment: “The ability to minimize heat build-up under sun conditions as well as the lifetime warranty regardless of climatic conditions sets this product out among other composite boards.”


YETI's HQ Stays True to Progressive Mission

Located in Austin, Texas, YETI stays true to the company’s mission, using a variety of sustainable building materials in its construction. Fast-growing outdoor brand YETI Coolers recently opened the doors of its brand-new global headquarters in Austin, a showcase of sustainable building materials and finishes. The 175,000-sq.-ft. complex comprises two 87,500-sq.-ft. buildings, designed by Gensler and landscape architects TBG Partners, includes amenities in line with the company’s outdoor lifestyle brand such as cornhole sets, hammocks and barbecue pits. Inspired by YETI’s mission, the design team crafted a workplace as earthy and authentic as the brand itself. The campus fe