Davis Partnership Architects — Certified Green Denver Business
Posted August 5, 2013 by davis test
Davis Partnership Architects is proud to announce it has become one of the first architectural firms in Denver to be recognized as a certified green business. Davis Partnerships’ association with the City and County of Denver’s Certifiably Green Denver program represents a continued commitment to sustainability through design and everyday professional activities.
Davis Partnership Architects completed a comprehensive sustainability assessment in the categories of business management, energy efficiency, water conservation /quality, resource management, and transportation.
“Remarkably, many of the required core criteria and the elective criteria requirements were already being fulfilled by Davis Partnership,” said Jeremy Lauffenburger, Sustainability Advisor with the Department of Environmental Health in Denver. “We are very excited to have another local business contribute to a greener Denver.”
Certified Green Businesses in Denver are leaders in the community who are setting the standard for environmental sustainability. The primary goals of the program are to increase participation and adoption of sustainable practices, to minimize use of hazardous materials, increase profitability, improve energy efficiency, promote water conservation, and decrease the use of resources and generation of waste.
“We are honored to be at the forefront at such an important initiative and hope that others will be inspired to participate in making Denver a national leader in sustainable business practices,” says Brit Probst, Principal at Davis Partnership Architects. “We want to thank the members of our Sustainability Focus Group for their efforts in realizing this goal.”
About Certifiably Green Denver
Certifiably Green Denver provides free, confidential, non-regulatory environmental assistance to Denver’s business community. The program helps auto repair shops, restaurants and office and retail spaces find opportunities to improve efficiency and profitability while minimizing environmental liability through pollution prevention. For more information regarding how to become a Certified Green Business please visit: Certifiably Green Denver (http://www.denvergov.org/CGD)