In recent years, there’s been a major push by many companies to adopt green construction practices, projects, and technologies. Building codes continually upgrade green requirements, and energy costs continue to soar for building owners. However, sustainable building has been our standard for the past decade, leveraging immense opportunities to capture value and cost savings while positively impacting the earth. Green initiatives can pay off dramatically, not only in environmental impact and sustainable ROI, but also in direct financial ROI, a more livable facility setting, and higher property value.
Construction technology can be overwhelming, but our team makes construction technology accessible and real for owners of projects of all sizes and across a wide range of industries. Going far above the standard in design requirements, budget limits, and deadlines, Sustech design and consulting executives take full advantage of available technologies to maximize efficiencies and boost return on the investment of owners and clients on a massive scale.
Sustech projects are not only efficiently built and beautiful, but they are also built with scalability, resilience, and long-term lifespans in mind. Our team is highly skilled and constantly researching emerging and proven technologies, to apply best practices in construction, design, and maintenance to projects of sizes while keeping in the reality and unique needs of the industry in Puerto Rico. That’s why Sustech clients truly experience the best of both worlds. We keep our finger on the pulse of a global industry and effectively adapt our approach to the needs of resilience and scalability of our region.
Sustech’s approach to sustainable construction is based on integration, stewardship and respect for the environment. It is our goal to construct all projects using sustainable practices, regardless of whether the project requires a specific green building certification. As a commitment to our clients and the communities we serve, we strive to source green building materials, minimize waste, utilize local suppliers, salvage existing materials on renovation projects and prevent negative environmental impacts from construction activities.