Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
The LEED Green Building Rating System is a voluntary, consensus-based, market-driven building rating system based on existing proven technology. It evaluates environmental performance from a whole-building perspective over a building’s life cycle, providing a definitive standard for what constitutes a
LEED is one of several quality rating systems that measure sustainability.
Emerald Skyline Corporation supports any and all efforts to effect sustainable facilities.
Emerald Skyline Corporation is committed to the sustainability of the built environment and making the world a better place. We understand the importance of green and energy efficient practices and their impact on the future of our planet. We know that sustainable development and operations have to make economic sense for our clients and are increasingly necessary to accomplish long-term investment objectives.
“Our mission is to create an emerald skyline of sustainable buildings with a small carbon footprint that optimizes our client’s net income, value and marketability.”
We offer a broad array of services from building retrofit that enable our clients to meet their sustainable project goals. Our sustainability specialists offer solutions in the planning, design, construction, and operation of buildings in order to reduce their environmental impact at every stage of their life cycle.
Emerald Skyline’s multi-disciplinary team includes LEED credentialed professionals and leaders in sustainable building design and operations with extensive experience in the fields of:
- Architecture, Interior & Environmental Design
- Construction & Real Estate Development
- Financial Management & Investment Banking
- Energy Consulting, Auditing & Modeling
- Biological Science & Green
We are designing, renovating and converting an industrial building located in Boca Raton, FL. This distinctive commercial building will be our new offices and will include many sustainable features with intent to obtain LEED certification from the USGBC. Click here to read more about the project.