Building green improves the planet, can be more efficient and saves clients’ money.
From completing a 454,000-square-foot “living” roof atop a truck assembly plant to sending scrap steel to be recycled into new vehicle parts, Walbridge has plenty of experience with sustainable construction.
With expertise in green construction for projects ranging from manufacturing to higher education, our teams are thoroughly trained to lower a project’s impact on the environment.
Producing incredible LEED-certified projects requires a close working relationship with the owner, designer and project team to ensure projects are resource efficient.
Our project teams built the largest LEED Platinum project in the United States and to constructed modularized bathroom units that minimized waste and helped the project achieve LEED Gold status.
One of the ways we incorporate these green building techniques into every project is Walbridge’s GreenWISESM program.
The program identifies 18 onsite environmental practices to lower a project’s impact on the environment. That means saving energy, recycling and creating ways to be sustainable on the job.