SHP Leading Design

Going Green

Over the past few years, members of the educational community have realized that building sustainably is a great fit with their educational and financial goals.

After all, it not only reduces a facility’s environmental impact but also maximizes its performance, reduces life cycle and utility costs and creates a healthier educational environment that is ideal for learning. While school administrators and educators are eager to embrace sustainable values, they may not know where to begin or how to achieve their specific goals. Creating sustainable buildings is a complex process that requires tremendous expertise as well as an integrated team approach to make the most of your choices. It’s important to remember that each green choice can have implications for other aspects of the building or site.

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