Junglefy was founded by husband and wife team, Jock & Hanna Gammon in 2009. We emerged from strong market demand for green walls and quickly established ourselves as a business renowned for delivering complex and innovative green walls, roofs and facades, we call it living infrastructure.
Research has proven that plants make people happy and healthy, particularly in cities, where it’s easy to lose our connection with nature. We have a strong research focus with Australia’s leading universities, and we’re continually testing and adapting our systems to scientifically prove living infrastructure is an essential ingredient to the health of our cities both from a functional and aesthetic perspective. We see our cities as places to create urban jungles.
We want to turn our cities into urban jungles with plants growing everywhere: on the walls of car parks and highways, inside and outside buildings, along lane-ways, on our rooftops. We want to Junglefy our cities and believe that green roofs, walls and facades provide our built environment with natural beauty and living design as well as happier and healthier people.
To continuously improve our performance and deliver uncompromised service and product quality for our clients, Junglefy conducts an annual rigorous assessment through a global management system by engaging in a continuous cycle of self-evaluation, correction and improvement of operations and processes through heightened employee awareness and management leadership and commitment. Through this process, Junglefy maintains the accreditations for ISO 9001, ISO 14001, AS 4801.
Junglefy is also an accredited green roof installer (Green Roofs Australia GR101 Green Roof Design and Installation) with proven experience and skills in irrigation, waterproofing and horticulture.
Work @ Junglefy
At Junglefy we’re all about collaboration, authenticity, leadership and transformation. To achieve our vision to Junglefy Our Cities it’s going to take a passionate and dedicated team of people to grow something this big. People who aren’t afraid of hard work, getting their hands dirty, hanging from ropes, thinking smarter, talking, dreaming and doing.
We want to create the right team of passionate people.
If this sounds like the right fit for you, then get in touch!
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Meet Our Team
Hanna is trained as a molecular biologist with a Masters in Communication. As General Manager, Hanna now applies her brainpower to the operational success of Junglefy. Her strategic head for business and natural devotion to plants and nature have underpinned the growth and success of Junglefy, one of Australia’s fastest growing living infrastructure companies.
Trained as a horticulturist with studies in Environmental Science, Jock loves plants and understands how to ensure their survival in Australian urban environments and their power at making cites more liveable. As Managing Director, he works closely with clients to ensure that living infrastructure projects can be realised in a cost effective and low risk manner.
Being a natural innovator, Jock developed the award-winning ‘Junglefy Breathing Wall’, an active green wall system, scientifically proven to accelerate the removal of air pollutants, volatile organic compounds and particulate matter.
Jock continues to challenge the status quo, through investing in research and the science behind the Junglefy Breathing Wall and other new technologies. His desire to create a better place for future generations is helping to shape the living infrastructure market both locally and globally.
Joining Junglefy as General Manager, Suzie brings over a decade of experience in green building and a wealth of industry connections. Suzie is a former executive director of the Green Building Council of Australia where she was instrumental in developing Australia’s green building movement and the uptake of Green Star. More recently, Suzie created the boutique consultancy, Good Marketing & PR, servicing companies with a sustainability focus. Suzie also sits on the boards of the Living Future Institute of Australia and Archikidz.