Developers, building owners, and other stakeholders can benefit greatly from Enterprise Green Community Certified Design.
Such a building design is geared towards 8 categories of Enterprise Green Communities Criteria set in 2015:
- Integrative design
- Location and neighborhood fabric
- Site improvements
- Water conservation
- Energy efficiency
- Healthy living environment
- Operations, maintenance, and resident engagement
It is evident from the criteria above that this certification brings lots of benefits to building owners and tenants. If your building meets the criteria, it can attract tax incentives and attract more tenants and possibly investors as well. It shows how caring you are with the health and economic situation of your tenants. It further shows how caring you are to the environment by reducing greenhouse effects.
Our engineers can be with you every step of the way in ensuring that your design is Enterprise Green Communities compliant. There are basically two steps to achieve this certification: during the design phase and after construction.
As we design your building structure, we ensure that the criteria set above are integrated into the overall design. Enterprise Green Communities wants to review your design before the construction begins. This will save you lots of costs that you would incur in correcting your design in order to meet the criteria set.
Our engineers, with their technical expertise, will design the best green design guided by green building strategies geared towards low-income earners. Thereafter, we will coordinate and facilitate your online submittals in a quest to acquire the certification. There are various certifications per stage of developments with optional points to be earned in addition to certificate issuance.
As we indicated already, the process can be cumbersome for others. All you need is a well-rounded team of engineers to help you achieve the criteria set. Such an effort starts from the design through to the post-construction stage after the building has received a certificate of occupancy. With our engineers, however, everything can be made easy and then have your building certified.