Going Green

The LEED™ program defines ‘green building’ practices. Its holistic approach encompasses five key areas of human and environmental health giving building owners and operators the tools they need to make a measurable improvement on their building’s efficiency and performance.

Defining ‘Green’

LEED™ attends to five key areas of human and environmental health. These include:

  • The sustainability of the site development
  • Water conservation
  • Energy efficiency
  • The choice of materials for construction and building operation
  • Innovations in operations
  • Indoor environment

At Climate Engineering, we maintain a proactive approach to all aspects of HVAC service and systems. Long before ‘going green’ became popular, we paid close attention to the optimal operation and efficiency of our clients’ HVAC systems. Contact Climate Engineering for information on how we can help you manage your HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems for optimal energy efficiency.

Climate Engineerings Building Technologies is your partner for a comprehensive range of building management solutions:

  • Environmental Management Systems (lighting, air conditioning)
  • Energy Efficiency Management Systems
  • Access Control Systems
  • Remote Monitoring