In 1998, we made a firm-wide decision to immerse ourselves in sustainable design and incorporate it into everything we do. We knew this wasn’t a trend, but a new standard in architecture, and that it was our responsibility as designers to lead its adoption. Today, we are proud to design with a long-term approach to sustainability that guides our clients as they make smarter, more wide-reaching decisions.
Our team integrates sustainable principles into all facilities we design. Sustainability is simply good design. More than ever, sustainability is a defining factor in how our clients measure success, whether or not certification is a goal. We are committed to the financial, human and environmental sustainability of our clients and their projects. Our goals include minimizing natural resource use, reducing operational costs and allowing building occupants to make informed choices about their resource consumption.
A. Eugene Brockman Residential Commons→
Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex→
John Brown University
Balzer Technology Center→
University of Kentucky
Center for Applied Energy Research→
Deep Green Residence Hall→
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Engineering Building Addition→
GE Corporation and University of Dayton
GE Aviation EPISCENTER→