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BNBuilders Sustainable Construction

Sustainable Construction

Helping our clients 
achieve their green goals.

BNB’s approach to assisting owners and architects in developing high-level sustainability targets starts with early and continuous engagement as a member of the multi-disciplinary team. Our in-house sustainability experts bring knowledge of the latest approaches and systems to help our clients make informed decisions. 

The majority of our projects feature green building systems and certifications. Executing sustainable construction that reduces the project’s carbon footprint and diverts waste from landfills is a critical component of these initiatives.

BNBuilders regularly works with our clients to achieve their sustainability goals, including Net Zero, Living Building Challenge, WELL, and LEED. Sustainable construction practices are part of how we do business and are implemented on every project. 

We assist owners in achieving their sustainability goals in the following areas:

Life-cycle analysis

Embodied carbon analysis

Mass timber

Healthy materials

Material salvage/reuse

Renewable energy options

Additionally, our team has expertise in helping clients assess the feasibility of living buildings, highly energy-efficient equipment upgrades, and onsite energy generation systems.


LEED projects since 2015


of our LEED projects are tracking LEED Gold or higher


Green work completed in last 5 years

Featured Project

Callan Ridge

Healthpeak Properties prioritizes green buildings and was targeting LEED Gold on their Callan Ridge life science campus. The project features a slew of sustainable features including a green roof and built in photovoltaic cells, in addition to a selection of sustainable materials such as wood decking. BNB’s in-house sustainability experts worked closely with Ferguson Pape Baldwin Architects to achieve Healthpeak’s goals while still meeting the target budget and performance requirements. 

Aerial view of the Callan Ridge Sustainable Construction project.