Sustainable Design Strategies with Common Sense
Your strategy is to be efficient and effective at what you do — while also contributing to your community.
Sustainable design applies the same strategy to your physical environment — and your visible image will reflect it.
Burns & McDonnell is committed to offering designs incorporating efficiency, maintainability and value. Our LEED accredited professionals help you take a holistic approach to developing or renovating your facility and your site.
Promoting LEED Design
As members of the U.S. Green Building Council, we promote involvement and understanding of trends and technology while tailoring our designs for facilities suitable for LEED certification. Regardless of whether certification is your goal, Burns & McDonnell will provide designs that incorporate efficiency, maintainability and value, based on evidence that incorporating sustainable design is economical as well as ecological.
Knowledge on Demand Webinar:
Demystifying Sustainability — A Commonsense Guide to Going LEED
Learn more about sustainability terms, concepts, initiatives and the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification program from Burns & McDonnell experts: Karen Stelling, associate vice president; Amy Clement, Aviation & Facilities project manager; and Laura Girard, Energy Services project manager.
- LEED certifiable designs
- Performance contracting
- Energy audits
- Energy consumption/budget calculations
- Life cycle cost analysis
- Energy management control systems
- Thermal storage
- Combined heat and power plants
- Value engineering