Design quality is not measured solely by how a structure looks or how it functions but how, over the test of time, it meets the social, economic and environmental needs of the people it serves.
     
 

Sustainable design, therefore, incorporates the best architectural, engineering, and construction techniques that focus on preserving our environmental resources, improving the quality of our lives within the built environment while, at the same time, prudently managing our true costs over the long term.

 

As a long-term practitioner of sustainable design, Butz-Wilbern, Ltd. is committed to appropriately incorporating these techniques into all of our clients’ projects. Our LEED® accredited design professionals guide our clients through the process of making a building affordable and “green”. We work closely with our clients to ensure that human health, energy conservation, and environmental responsibility is integral to their successful projects.

 

Sustainability is not a solo sport.

 

For more information on sustainable design, LEED certification and green initiatives please visit the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)

 

 

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