The first step in considering LEED for your property is a LEED Gap Analysis, in which Sustainable Investment Group (SIG) experts will present the findings of our research to let you know what it will take to get to LEED certification. We understand that not everyone can cover their roof with solar panels. Don’t let anyone tell you that you have to spend money until you talk to us. We find the low and no cost solutions to reduce your utilities.
No matter what path you are on, let Sustainable Investment Group (SIG) be your partner in sustainability. Maybe you know you want a LEED building, but the application seems daunting. Reach out to our expert staff and we will show you that documentation can be simple with the right help. Do you only want assistance with a few credits? No problem. It’s best to hand off the tough credits to the pros and guarantee you get it approved. Our project managers can even finish up a partial application or give you a peer review before you hit submit. We just want to see more LEED plaques and happier occupants.
“SIG’s specialized knowledge and expertise in LEED streamlined the data collection process, quickly zeroing in on exactly what was required to satisfy each credit. They worked under an extremely tight schedule with short notice and were able to compile and interpret the data we provided extremely quickly and efficiently. We would not hesitate to use SIG again for future projects with LEED requirements.”
Kady Rose Adams
Sr. Assistant Project Manager
Iron Construction Group, LLC
Sustainable Investment Group (SIG) Consulting brings unmatchable value to your LEED project by complementing our consulting services with in-house engineering services and LEED exam prep training. We are a one-stop shop for green buildings; it’s what we do every day, and we are very good at it. The SIG team is easy to work with because we consider our clients’ needs throughout the entire process, and we make reaching your goals as easy and efficient as possible.
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If you have any questions about the LEED process or are interested in a pursuing LEED for your building(s), please let Michael know. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (404) 983-0255.