Key sustainability objectives for this new office of the nation’s oldest and largest earthquake engineering firm included reuse of building infrastructure, maximized daylighting, maximized views, and an open floor plan to promote collaboration.
A LEED Gold office befits a development company called “the most sustainable” in the country by USA Today. This sustainability program included public transportation incentives, water efficient fixtures, and healthy and sustainable indoor...
After receiving a major renovation, this historic, 20,000-square-foot building in Northwest Portland is home to Opsis Architects. It features extensive daylighting, natural ventilation, automatic exterior sun-shades, and radiant heat and cooling.
For this LEED Platinum renovation, Brightworks provided project management and technical review of the LEED prerequisites and credits in the Energy and Atmosphere (EA) and Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) categories.