As a result, we are committed to sustainable development practices, leaving as many resources as possible for use by generations to come. The building aspect of sustainable development is commonly referred to as "building green."
For a building to meet the parameters of sustainable design, its plan and construction must include built-in design features and materials that enhance:
"Green" building and sustainable design does more than "house" a building or residential dwelling. It actually improves the local and global community.
Our people hold LEED Certification.
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) — sets guidelines for developing high-performance and sustainable buildings. Through LEED certification, our people confirm that they are following these exacting guidelines.
It's a win-win for builders and those who partner with them: lowered energy operating costs, healthier indoor air quality, and potential tax rebates and zoning allowances.
To learn more about the ongoing development of this industry segment, visit these three primary organizations/programs websites:
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