Emerald Built Environments is an international consulting company with expertise in business, sustainability, engineering and building science. We transform buildings, roadways, neighborhoods and developed land to achieve a healthy economy and environment. We consult with building owners and developers, and their design, construction and operations teams using integrated decision-making to align recognized industry standards and certifications with the owner’s performance metrics and financial goals.
We focus on the owner’s financial and performance goals from the start. By aligning all stakeholders around these goals in conjunction with sustainability requirements, projects naturally achieve a higher level of performance and success - they win. Drawing on our extensive experience with projects worldwide, we guide teams to solutions at the forefront of sustainability and energy efficiency.
Through our proven four-step process, we will identify challenges and clarify opportunities to solve them in a way that does not jeopardize the project’s goals, cost and schedule requirements.
For new construction, major renovation or operations management, master planning and capital improvement planning.
MEP - and Envelope Commissioning, New and existing buildings Commissioning, Retro-Commissioning, ongoing Commissioning,
Testing and Verification
Energy Audits and Building Assessments for existing buildings and portfolios as well as Facility Site Assessments.
LEED BD+C, ID+C, O+M, HOMES, ND, Enterpise Green Communities, WELL certification, FitWel certification, Green Globes certification, NGBS (National Green Building Standard), SITES, INVEST, EnergyStar and more
For design-assist, new and existing buildings, sustainable certifications, utility incentives and funding documentation.
Sustainable Design Charrette, Site Assessment, Integrated Design Facilitation with Early Energy Modeling and Water Budget Analysis.
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