At Green Reason, we strongly encourage all of our clients to incorporate occupant well-being and engagement as part of an overall sustainability plan in order to make their buildings truly sustainable. After all, buildings are for people so why shouldn’t we build the best buildings we can for the occupants – not just for the planet.
The first phase of Hydro One’s Corporate Office Renovation is a pilot project for Hydro One which will be used as a model for creating healthy office space for its employees and an example for future renovation projects. Continue reading
As LEED Consultants for the renovation and expansion of the existing Grimsby Town Hall, Green Reason joined the project team after value engineering aimed at reducing construction costs had eliminated major elements of the original sustainable design. By incorporating recommended lower-cost sustainable elements and emphasizing sustainable construction techniques, the team completed the project and were rewarded with a LEED® Canada-NC Silver certification in March 2013.
Read more about the project, here.
As part of the project team in the roles of Project Management and LEED Consultant, Green Reason’s goal was to ensure that the refurbishment of Workopolis was completed to LEED Silver standards, without increasing the pre-approved budget and schedule or altering or compromising the client’s requirements for an open, fun and inclusive work space. Continue reading