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Creating higher performing, healthier and more resilient buildings

Overview

As designers and planners of the built environment, we have a tremendous impact on the world around us and take this responsibility seriously. We believe that every design solution should make lives better. Our focus has shifted beyond “doing more with less” towards restoring and improving the sites, neighborhoods, and cities within which we build. This intention requires rigor and it is our strategy for implementing this vision that sets us apart.

Page approaches sustainable and regenerative design through the interdisciplinary lens of building science to create higher performing, healthier, more resilient buildings. Grounded in our client’s priorities, we engage a truly integrated process through our “Design for Impact” framework. Together we define each project’s unique sustainability story and strategies to achieve it. Our design process is guided by building performance analysis and evaluated through a triple bottom line economic lens to help our clients make data informed decisions to advance their goals.

We recognize we are working in regions on the cusp of experiencing significant climate changes and environmental degradation. We must continue to reduce our environmental impact while also developing resilient, adaptable and regenerative projects. We strive to design for climate extremes and community-resilience, exploring how the built environment can enhance long-term occupant health and strengthen social connections.

We also believe in possibility and a future where buildings create more energy than they use, make people healthier, and are positive contributors in their communities. As a nearly 125-year-old firm and one of the first large firms to sign the AIA 2030 Commitment, we have continued evolve, growing stronger with each adaptation. We are invested in leading our industry through this energy and technological transition towards a regenerative tomorrow.

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Facts and Figures

53.6%

2020 PAGE AVERAGE ENERGY USE (EUI) REDUCTION

2,800MWh

SOLAR SYSTEMS IN DESIGN ON OUR PROJECTS IN 2021

65.5M

REPORTED SQUARE FEET OF PROJECT ENERGY USAGE TO AIA SINCE SIGNING 2030 COMMITMENT IN 2009

Building Sciences Leadership

Jill Kurtz

Building Sciences Director

America Alva

Building Sciences Architect

Tim Murray

Building Sciences Architect

Jonathan Young

Building Sciences Graduate Engineer

Tom Gibbons

Building Sciences Architect

Caleigh Spurgin

Building Sciences Graduate Engineer

Jenni Huynh

Building Sciences Designer

Rosa Carolina Martell

Building Sciences Designer

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