Green Building Certifications
The top five green certifications companies should be pursuing
The basics of ENERGY STAR building certifications
Top five reasons to pursue ENERGY STAR certification for your commercial real estate properties
Achieving building excellence with our LEED services
Buildings account for about 40% of CO2 emissions. As the most widely used green building system, LEED-certified buildings have 34% lower CO2 emissions, consume 25% less energy, 11% less water and redirect more than 80 million tons of waste from landfills. With our comprehensive suite of services, we assist you in reaching your efficiency, climate and ESG goals.
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Energy efficiency remains the most cost-effective way to cut energy use in buildings. Increase an organization’s value, lower risk, and deliver other business benefits by certifying your building through ENERGY STAR.
Commercial property owners want to do everything they can to reduce operating costs and maximize ROI. One of the best ways to do that is by focusing on energy efficiency. ENERGY STAR can help you achieve desired outcomes, stay in compliance and reduce operational costs.
The Ziggurat building, LEED certification
On behalf of Nome Capital Partners, EBI performed LEED v4 for Building Operations and Maintenance (LEED O+M) certification consulting services for the 373,725 sq. ft. office facility located in West Sacramento, CA. The Ziggurat Building consists of 10-stories and was originally constructed in 1998.
Building with long-term environmental impacts in mind has grown from a preference to a necessity in recent years. Stakeholders are looking to organizations to do what is right for the future of not only a company, but the environment as well. Organizations can show their commitment to prioritizing the environment by pursuing green building certifications.
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There are many existing certifications aiming make a positive impact on the environment. Read about EBI’s top five: