Energy Decisions

The energy models we build reliably predict actual energy performance within 1-2%. We do this analysis first, so it can actively inform the project's design to achieve the best results given your goals and budget.

Exterior facade of MetLife Building

MetLife Reimagined

New York, NY


Innovative envelope systems can transform both appearance and energy performance of existing as well as new buildings.

view of main entrance

Science Island

Kaunas, Lithuania

Science & Technology

Dynamic net-zero design communicates a city's reinvention as a high-tech hub.

Exterior view of building at dusk

College of Saint Rose

Centennial Hall

Albany, NY

Student Life

Performing at 39% below energy code, this residence hall is more efficient than 77% of the dormitories we're monitoring.

exterior view of building

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

Feigenbaum Center for Science & Innovation

North Adams, MA


Educating tomorrow’s workforce in biotechnology, nanotechnology, engineering, and health care is of vital economic importance.

exterior view of building showing main entrance

Middle Tennessee State University

Science Building

Murfreesboro, TN


Tomorrow’s leaders in science education are testing experimental learning spaces today.

Exterior view of building

Radford University

Center for the Sciences

Radford, VA


An immersive "Main Street," complete with planetarium, presents a pervasive science experience.

Exterior of US Embassy in Bujumbura, Burundi

US Department of State

US Embassy, Bujumbura

Bujumbura, Burundi


Executing design/build projects in remote areas requires complex coordination.