Is your green building program meeting your expectations?

Green Building:  

Green building is the practice of creating structures and using processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building’s life-cycle from siting to design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation and deconstruction. 

– Environmental Protection Agency

"... throughout a building's life-cycle ..."

The industry tends to lose focus on the importance of life-cycle analysis. Certification programs, energy auditors, greenhouse gas assessors, data analytics companies, policy experts, renewable energy installers, commissioning agents, architecture & engineering firms... All of these companies can be helpful, but none of them focus on your big picture program goals.

At the Green Building Team

Personalized Service

We don't believe in cookie-cutter solutions. Every client relationship begins with a personalized consultation and assessment and to get to know your team, your programs, and your goals. We then conduct a thorough assessment of the current status of your operations, and provide you with our suggestions for improvement.

Integrative Approach

We serve as your trusted adviser. We are knowledgeable in all areas of sustainable buildings, and use our experience to help you integrate all those pieces into a fully functioning, life-cycle driven green building program.

Efficiency & Progress

As we help you design and manage processes, programs, and systems, you'll begin to see immediate impacts. Some of our efforts will save you money directly, while others will save you time or make your team more impactful. Reinvest the savings into your programs to see your investments multiply!

Continuous Improvement

We place emphasis on creating value for our clients through continuous improvement and eliminating inefficient practices.   Sustainable program integration is a process of  consistently looking for incremental improvement opportunities.  Our initial assessment will identify the biggest gaps between your current program operations, and the goals you’re looking to achieve.  That’s where we suggest your company start your improvement process, but where you go from there is up to you!