Updated: Oct 24, 2020
Cost-Effective Green Design Practices
In your residential project, we will ensure that you will be ecstatic with the result. Focusing not only on your needs but meeting and surpassing the local authority's requirements. Completed through our Green Building Design practices:
Benefits of Green Design:
Save Time and Ensure Quality of your Investment,
Explore Design Options Efficiently,
Maximize Construction Productivity,
Reduce Costly Mistakes,
Reduce Environmental Impact.
Increase Life span.
Sustainable Site: Reducing the pollution associated with construction activities, selecting sites appropriate for development, protecting environmentally sensitive areas and restoring damaged habitats.
Water Efficiency: Reduce the demand for potable water and the generation of wastewater by using water-conserving fixtures, capturing rainwater or recycled gray water for sewage, and treating water with on-site systems. Energy and Atmosphere: Evaluating the efficiency with which buildings and their sites acquire and use energy, increasing renewable, nonpolluting energy sources to reduce the environmental and economic impacts associated with fossil fuel energy use. Resulting in minimization of the emissions of construction and the lifespan of the building.
Materials and Resources Management: Seeking to maximize the use of locally available, rapidly renewable and recycled materials, reduce waste and the demand for virgin materials whilst retain cultural resources and minimizing environmental impacts of buildings. Indoor Environmental Quality: Promoting the enhanced comfort, productivity and well-being of building occupants by improving indoor air quality, maximizing daylight of interior spaces, enabling users to control lighting and thermal comfort systems. Minimizing the exposure of building occupants to potentially hazardous particulates and chemical pollutants, such as radium, volatile organic compounds concealed in adhesives and coatings and the urea-formaldehyde resins in composite wood products.
Innovation in Design:
Striving for new design solutions that solving existing and possible future problems for sustainable design.
Identifying the geographically specific environmental priorities.