Enter the three spheres of environmental, economic and social—and you have sustainability right on the center core. For starters, you might have been operating under the assumption that sustainability only refers to the design itself. As early as now, our green engineers correct this misconception by showing you how the three pillars of sustainability work together for the holistic success of the community.
We give you the learning curve on how each sphere is interrelated to each other from the energy modeling standpoint:
Everything in biodiversity is interconnected—when you move one element, everything follows in ripple effect. Nature is a core component in sustainability where the dearth of it can lead to management, preservation, protection, or restoration to maintain the right equilibrium of the ecology.
Fossil fuel is one good example of finite resource which could be harmful to the environmental as well. To compensate for its non-renewable state, renewable sources such as hydropower, wind and solar energy are continuously being developed and incorporated in the energy modeling analysis of building structures.
All sustainable roads lead to one of the other two bottomlines: cost. When your building project aims to target green design, you should consider how you can reap the maximum returns in your upfront sustainable investment through smart growth and long-term planning. All these forecasts and predictions on cost constraints can be made possible by our engineers through energy modeling combined with 5D BIM.
As sustainable engineers, our target goal when we implement energy modeling on your building projects is to transform your unusable spaces to zones that exude better quality of life. Enter function, safety, and comfort—we translate our technical engineering expertise for your immersive experience.
Here are only some of the few advantages that you can get from sustainability: tax breaks, carbon credits and public involvement. As you can see, sustainability is not a stand-alone design maxim. We work together with you, the project stakeholders, and all other industry-specific specialists so we can achieve a better, sustainable design for the future generations.