When it comes to sustainability, Beck is an industry standout. Each Beck project embraces sustainable design practices by incorporating the greatest level of energy efficiency that the budget will allow. We call this approach responsible design. The practice is championed by the sustainability team but permeates all of our disciplines with more than 35%percent of our technical staff designated as LEED® Accredited Professionals.
As a member of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), our firm has led some of the first and most extensive LEED projects in many categories including the Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in Grand Junction, Co., designed as a site net-zero energy project that is also on the National Register of Historic Places. This sustainable renovation project achieved LEED Platinum certification and was an AIA COTE Award Top 10 Green Project in 2014.
From car dealerships and corporate campuses to hospitals and nature centers, Beck uses the LEED rating system guidelines as a metric to reduce energy and water consumption through sustainable practices.
Beck is a LEED Proven Provider with the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI). As part of this select group of LEED Proven Providers, Beck uses a more efficient LEED review process. This recognition is based on our proven track record for consistent excellence in administering LEED projects. When working with Beck, clients receive:
Our in-house sustainability team provides a full range of green building services including research, education, energy modeling, LEED documentation and consulting, both internally and for clients seeking certification or information on green building benefits. We love to share our expertise, contact us today.