Incorporate “Green” Architecture into Building Construction

By Steven L. Wagner AIA, Anderson Ashton – Design/Build

I recently finished a survey that I was asked to fill out by a local architecture student.  I thought I would share one entry that answered the question –  How is “Green” architecture incorporated in the process?

“Green” is always a consideration in all our building projects.  “Green” is good business when implemented with the intent of efficiency.  Efficiency saves money and resources, this is good business and it also happens to be “Green”.  This is why we can say that Anderson Ashton has been practicing “Green” design for more than 50 years.  We implement building orientation, thoughtful window placement, efficient HVAC equipment, recyclable, resilient and durable building materials, efficient lighting and controls as efficient strategies on all our projects. 

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