At Lord, Aeck & Sargent, our goal is to create buildings that have a restorative, positive impact on the building’s inhabitants and to reduce the negative impact of construction on the environment. We have practiced sustainability in architecture since the early 1990s and believe in using an analytical approach to optimizing building performance.
Our design staff includes LEED-accredited architects, daylighting specialists and energy analysts who work to implement sustainable design strategies into all of our projects – including the qualifications needed for attaining LEED certification.
In February 2007, Lord, Aeck & Sargent became one of the first architecture firms in the country to adopt The 2030 Challenge, an initiative that calls on the global building sector to immediately reduce energy usage by fifty percent in new buildings and major renovations in order to avoid hazardous climate change.
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