For most of our 30-plus years we've been known as Planter Technology. That name was traditionally associated with our container irrigation products, the industry we started and continue to lead today. Tournesol Siteworks, the name we started using with our pots & planters, has existed since 2004. It reflects the broader scope of our company today - manufacturing a full range of products to enable landscapes on, in and around buildings. We intend, as a company, to be a major provider of products for the urban environment.
Our complete range of commercial-grade siteworks enhance a building and its environment with fully integrated landscape solutions. We manufacture lightweight pots, planters and site furnishings in FRP fiberglass, GFRC concrete and thermoplastic materials, and lead the industry with groundbreaking Container Irrigation Systems to match. Our broad pallet of innovative solutions for commercial living walls are helping us to the forefront of this rapidly expanding business. Our tested solutions for hanging planters from buildings and lining built-in place planters provides the basis for our green building components. We work together with international partners, fabricating benches, tables, trash receptacles and recyclers in cutting-edge as well as traditional designs.
No matter the product, you can count on Tournesol Siteworks' commitment to quality. Every product is fully supported with all-around service. Our in-house sales team will help identify the best solution for the project, while our regional representatives help ensure that the solution chosen works in the building environment and continues to meet your satisfaction from installation and beyond.
We are located in Union City, CA, not far from the San Francisco Bay. We work with landscape architects, architects, and designers in solving their landscape problems on commercial and high-end residential projects. Our container irrigation products are sold through wholesale distributors and marketing partners. We sell our other products either through distribution channels or directly to the commercial marketplace, depending on the scope and scale of the project.