UCLA has selected Ayers Saint Gross and Brightworks Sustainability to provide comprehensive strategic sustainability planning and visioning services for the campus. The start of the project in 2019 marks the beginning of UCLA’s second century.
Following President Obama’s Executive Order 13514, Brightworks audited the Hanford Nuclear Site’s mobile source Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions and developed a plan to reduce those emissions while reducing costs to Hanford and its employees.
As CSU Monterey Bay updates its master plan to accommodate significant growth and promote environmental sustainability, it retained Brightworks to provide a recommendation for becoming a Living Community or pursuing LEED for Neighborhood Development.
To help UC Riverside comply with California AB 32 and UC Carbon Neutrality 2025, Brightworks developed a campus net-zero energy and carbon neutrality strategy while serving as lead sustainability advisor for a campus master plan.
Brightworks is supporting the City of Fremont to lay the groundwork for site-wide sustainability features across its new, six-acre Civic Center development, which will host city offices, a community center, private housing, and a parking structure.