It’s not just a fad. Building with environmental impact in mind has been a growing responsibility for all builders since the 1990s. From the establishment of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) in the mid 1990s to the creation of Austin Energy Green Building (AEGB) in 1991, building sustainably in Texas has become a top priority.
When it comes to designing and constructing for any space, from the hospitality industry to retail centers, you’re looking for construction materials that provide your building with high-performing functionality, long-lasting durability, safety, beautiful aesthetics, and economic stability.
You may already recognize the benefits of using steel in many construction projects, especially large-scale, because you’ve seen the strength and durability it provides for buildings. It is one of the most commonly used building materials in America.
Construction projects of any kind are substantial investments, but there are beneficial ways to maximize the value of your project through value engineering. Learn more about how this method aligns with your budget and project.