O’Brien & Company was in good company in last week’s Building Green, special section of the Daily Journal of Commerce. We would like to congratulate two of our peers who authored articles and three of our projects that were featured:
- O’Brien & Company founder, Kathleen O’Brien, addressed how transparency can change the game in green building. Kathleen is retired from O’Brien & Company but still inspiring the green building world through her Emerge Leadership Project.
- Jean-Claude Letourneau of Schacht Aslani Architects described the process the state is under taking to incorporate Life-Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) more thoroughly into early stages of project planning.
- Brandon Morgan of Vulcan Real Estate discussed a pilot program that provided flexibility in how Vulcan chose to save energy in developing the historic Supply Laundry Building (part of the Stack House project).
- Rob Misel of Miller Hull described how the San Ysidro Border crossing will make more energy than it consumes.
- Brandon Nicholson of Nicholson Kovalchick Architects finds common ground between bankers and environmentalist in their design for H2O Apartments.
Read more about these projects in our project profiles: