Commitment, knowledge and experience; the dedicated RobsonWoese team helps shape the future of sustainable lifestyles.
Sustainable or "green building" design leads to reduced operating costs by using less energy, improving occupant health due to enhanced indoor air quality, and reducing environmental impacts such as safeguarding water supplies. RobsonWoese can assist owners obtain LEED certification allowing owners to take advantage of a growing number of federal, state and local government incentives. Through energy modeling, RW can provide simple or detailed descriptions of a building design or alternative design options and determine accurate estimates of the proposed building's energy consumption, interior environmental conditions, and energy operation cost. RW can also provide commissioning services to ensure that building systems are designed, installed, tested, and capable of being operated and maintained in accordance with the owner's operational needs.
LEED Certified - Research and Information Commons
RobsonWoese was commissioned for mechanical, electrical, and fire protection design for the new 45,000 sq. ft. Research and Information Commons building. The building was designed for LEED certification with features to conserve energy, water, and other resources, maximize the use of recycled materials, and minimize the use of toxic materials. Daemen College plans to promote this facility as a working laboratory in environmental sustainability, and will make it available to elementary and high school students to introduce the importance of environmental education, as well as the concept of sustainability.