As the world's population continues to increase, more demands are placed on the earth's natural resources to provide those materials necessary for building construction. Natural resources are limited, the costs to extract them are great, and this use of resources has a negative impact on the environment.
Air pollution, water pollution, and reduction of natural resources are all a result of building construction and the daily use of them. Reducing demands on natural resources while reducing energy consumption will go a long way in improving the quality of life and assuring a sustainable future.
Green building practices aim to reduce the environmental impact of buildings. We understand that changes in design and construction practices can result in better resource efficiency, reduce waste and shrink our carbon footprint. Our commitment to green building is aligned with our commitment to building quality. On each project, we propose environmentally sustainable alternatives, stressing energy efficiency, durability, and overall building performance. Building it right the first time is ultimately the best route to saving energy, time, resources and money.