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Project Coordinator (Berkeley, CA)

Interested in a career in sustainability and green building with amazing clients?  Look no further than Brightworks Sustainability.

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Net Zero Energy

Cost-Effective Energy Improvements for Commercial and Multi-Family Buildings

Brightworks’ Shilpa Surana is Energy Trust’s inaugural Net Zero Fellow.  She begins presentations throughout Oregon this month identifying the most cost-effective energy improvements for commercial and multi-family buildings to explore paths to net zero.

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Interdisciplinary Sciences

New SDSU Engineering Building Exceeds Expectations

“LEED Gold was an aspiration, not necessarily a contractual requirement, so we’re all quite delighted that we were able to achieve it.”

– Bob Schulz, AVP Operations & University Architect

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Leading the Pack

B Corp Names Brightworks “Best for Workers”

After receiving B Corp’s “Best for the Environment” honor from 2012-2017, this year B Corp added Brightworks to its “Best for Workers” honorees. Brightworks has been a certified B Corp since 2010.

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Sustainability at Scale

Greening Waterfront Brownfield Sites

Forest City retained Brightworks as lead sustainability consultant for its ambitious Pier 70 redevelopment on San Francisco Bay.

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Deep Green Campuses

CSUN Associated Students Sustainability Center Achieves LEED Platinum!

To ensure it reached its Platinum LEED target, Brightworks was asked late in the project to take over this net-zero facility’s LEED program

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A New LEED Fellow

Chris Forney ranks within top 0.1% of LEED practitioners

GBCI has named Brightworks principal Chris Forney a 2017 LEED Fellow, one of only 250 sustainability practitioners in the world to have ever received the honor

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Resiliency

Post-Sandy Resiliency Measures in New York and Boston

While managing the LEED programs for two sophisticated developments in New York and Boston, Brightworks is also helping developers Related and Gerding Edlen Development comply with new resilience codes, enacted after Hurricane Sandy crippled lower Manhattan.

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