About Healthy Buildings 2017-02-03T19:44:27+00:00

Healthy Buildings’ core purpose is to make buildings and the organizations that operate them more valuable. We do this by:

Lowering operating costs

Increasing NOI

Lowering Risks

Making buildings more marketable

Healthy Buildings® indoor air quality programs build value into our clients’ assets, retaining and attracting tenants and employees, improving productivity, reducing liability, and branding them in the marketplace as sustainability leaders. Energy benchmarking, audits and commissioning services ensure our clients’ buildings are running with minimum operating costs and maximum NOI. Healthy Buildings has built a formidable reputation as the go-to specialists for technical LEED credits, helping building owners and LEED consultants alike ensure a smooth pathway to LEED certification. And our water savings programs are revolutionizing water use in buildings, often without expensive china replacements.

Our business minded approach to sustainability extends to our own company, where we practice the same philosophy in our own facilities through our in-house sustainability initiative.

Healthy Buildings Experience

Our valued clients are a virtual “Who’s Who” of the commercial real estate and construction industry, including property owners, building managers, developers, architects, engineers, LEED consultants, and government agencies. Drawing from deep technical expertise in the building sciences, Healthy Buildings has vast experience in indoor environmental quality, energy and water efficiency, and sustainability projects completed in thousands of buildings. Typical building types include office, medical, educational, institutional, multifamily, and hospitality.

We offer world-class service and unwavering client support while we build long-term strategic partnerships with our clients. We appreciate our clients’ trust and our many repeat clients are affirmation of our exceptional service.

Commitment to Our Industry

Healthy Buildings proudly supports the following industry organizations.