All of Calvert-Jones' mechanical solutions are designed and built for optimal efficiency, so it is no surprise that we're an industry leader in sustainable design and construction of "green buildings". Solar, wind turbine, and geothermal technologies are just a few of many innovative solutions that Calvert-Jones can deploy in your facility to reduce your dependence on non-renewable resources. Whether you have a green initiative for an existing facility or a new construction project, our Green Team offers a range of alternative and innovative systems that will save you money while you demonstrate environmental responsibility.
For the state of the art in sustainable design, Calvert-Jones brings the following:
- Experience: Calvert-Jones has a longstanding commitment to green building practices and innovative technologies. We are a member of the Sustainable Business Network of Washington (SBNOW), the United States Green Building Council, and an Energy Star Partner.
- Cost-effectiveness: These days, reducing our environmental footprint isn't just good ethics - it's good business. We help businesses design and build environmentally sound facilities that will reduce your dependence on connected utilities with significant bottom-line benefits. When designing or upgrading your mechanical systems, Calvert-Jones can help you identify the many products that can be reclaimed to make new products without going through additional manufacturing, as well as the many other products can be recycled when they have fulfilled their functional lifespan.
- Versatility: Calvert-Jones team provides a full suite of "green" services including solar, green roofing, LEED-certified solutions, on-site efficiency assessments, air/water testing, independent laboratory analysis, and retro-commissioning. Our complete understanding of mechanical systems, from the water consumption of the toilets to the energy used by Exit signs, enables us to offer a holistic approach that takes into account the "Four Rs" of going green: Reduce, Reuse, Reclaim, Recycle.
Contact us for a free consultation or find out more about green buildings at The Green Building Guide.