LEED Benefits

The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program is an internationally recognized green building certification system, providing third-party verification that a building or community was designed and built using green strategies.LEED guarantees that the planning and construction methods of commercial projects are environmentally sound, energy- and water-efficient, and low emission. Regardless of the scale of the undertaking, these guidelines help leave the lowest environmental impact possible on the surrounding community.

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Passive Design

An ideal passive design is about achieving a building that does not require the services of mechanical appliances like heating or cooling systems and associated fossil fuel consumption, relying instead on renewables for energy…

Green Roofs

Several new technologies have emerged to help make the part of the building most exposed to sunlight and the elements as green as possible. Cool rooftops, coated in specialized reflective paint or constructed with reflective…

Rainwater Collection

Irrigation and plumbing store rainwater which is free of salts and acids and the purity and softness of collected water help prevent scale on piping and appliances. Harvesting rainwater for reuse is inexpensive and not only…

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A strong foundation is essential to any building project. When it comes to luxury building, only the best will do. Panache stays ahead of the curve, using the latest in sturdy, environmentally conscious construction…

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Roofing & Insulation

Long gone are the days of dangerous fiberglass insulation. Spray foam and hard foam inserts are cheaper, safer alternatives to more traditional methods of insulation and stave off bugs and weathering more effectively…

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Hardwood floors are one of the top requests when building custom luxury homes and office spaces. As such, many building companies simply opt for a quick-and-dirty approach to flooring that can lead to decreased quality…

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Electricity is the lifeblood of the modern building, and its importance only grows with each new advance in technology. But with increased significance comes more wiring necessary to bring electricity to every part of your…

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Most currently buried water pipes are made of copper or other metals. While rust-proof metal used to be the best material to use, metal pipes tend to develop leaks around the joints and can corrode after long periods of use…

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Recycling Construction Materials

Discarded construction materials from a demolished or previously constructed building are often valuable commodities that can be…

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Renewable & Solar Energy

When renewable technologies are applied appropriately, 100 percent of needed energy can come from wind, water, and solar power. Solar collection can be used for generating electricity, but also for heating and lighting…

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Sunlight is the cheapest method of lighting your building, using no electricity, and reducing carbon emissions. The intensity of daylight is often more than ten times the typical lux values required for indoor lighting, so access to…

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Smart Buildings

Technology is rapidly evolving in all sectors, and as algorithms and automated systems become increasingly commonplace, the traditional office environment is adapting to keep up…

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