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Traditional commercial, residential and institutional buildings account for:
  • 14% of potable water consumption
  • 30% of waste output
  • 38% of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions
  • 40% of raw material use
  • 24%-50% of energy use
  • 72% of electricity consumption


Green buildings are designed using an integrated team approach to save energy, use less water, create less waste during construction and operation, and provide an elevated level of indoor comfort. By implementing this well-rounded holistic approach a green building provides enduring social, environmental and economical benefits

  • Social Responsibility (People): positive impact on occupant's health, happiness and community well being



  • Environmental Stewardship (Planet): minimized impact on water, pollution and climate change


  • Economic Prosperity (Profit): positive impact on an occupant's productivity, and building operational efficiency, and improved overall life-cycle cost