GREEN BUILDING CERTIFICATION
Many of the largest companies have begun to take strides along the sustainability pathway, along with the small and medium-sized business who are also researching on green. The issue of sustainability has also become a popular and wide-ranging subject in the environmental, energy and construction industry. In addition, benefits from green building are becoming more realistic and valuable under operation cost term, operation management and maintenance procedures. Therefore, GREENVIET will be the best solution for clients who are committed to building sustainable communities. We help our customers benchmark against competition, define sustainability initiatives for optimizing building performance and implement them at a reasonable investment. Benchmark can provide additional value to all levels and sizes of building by focusing on the main elements that create the effective energy usage (e.g. building orientation, building envelope, glazing, minimum efficient coefficient of equipment, ....) and the issues associated with sustainability including green building planning, water re-use, source reduction, and waste minimization.
GREENVIET is an expert on LEED, LOTUS and Green Mark Certifications. We will consult each and every client to clearly understand their needs in order to provide the suitable services. We will work closely with the whole project team throughout the entire process, from the very beginning till the very end, even after your project receives the certification. And GREENVIET makes sure to help buildings achieve the highest certification rating possible for both New Construction and Existing Building, enhance financial performance and manage risks without disrupting operational performance.
LEED version 3 (2009) - Platinum Level
LOTUS Small Buildings Pilot
WHAT IS GREEN BUILDING?
Green Building has become a revolution in the construction industry, aligning with the global Sunstainable Development Goals. World Green Building Council (WGBC) defines Green Building as a Building that can minimize negative impacts and can provide positive impact and benefits for the environment and climate during its design, construction and/or operation stages.
Nowadays, there are different Green Building standards in the world, but all of them are based on 5 main elements: energy, sustainable sites, materials and resources, water and indoor air quality.