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our approach

Our approach to our services revolves around one key principle: sustainable design is simple.

High quality buildings are generally most successful when the initial design is right, technology is incorporated where it is most effective and the building experience is enhanced for the occupants. This is equally true of all building types, most notably in residential, commercial and educational facilities.

At Greensphere, we work closely with architects, design teams, engineers and building owners to achieve the correct balance of environmental, economic and social performance, and we make the time to get it right the first time.

Our experience allows us to quickly establish targets and goals for each project, whether it is to meet a BCA requirement or to achieve a deep green, 6 star, carbon neutral outcome.

We do this by:

  • Establishing the requirements of the project;
  • Considering the relevant factors, whether policy, community, stakeholder, or business;
  • Balancing the environmental performance of the project with economic requirements;
  • Working with the client and/or project team to get the results you want.

Benefits to Clients

Drawing on our sustainability experience across residential, commercial and educational developments, as well through ESD research projects, and utilising links with specialist consultants, Greensphere:

  • Takes the time to understand the project and the client’s goals;
  • Utilises an adaptive approach based on each individual project’s aims;
  • Customises project solutions to suit the project’s scale and the client’s needs and budget;
  • Evaluates all design alternatives for each project;
  • Integration of rigorous ESD approach to add value to the project;
  • Offers personalised service; and
  • Leverages green theory to deliver practical and effective ESD solutions.

Our client’s benefit from Greensphere’s involvement in the project through:

  • A high quality building outcome that owners and occupants will be more satisfied with;
  • Reduced environmental impact, including the minimisation of greenhouse gas production and water usage;
  • Cost reduction in capital investment, maintenance and resource consumption;
  • Reduction of waste through improved environmental management;
  • Tennant satisfaction, including increased productivity and staff morale, and therefore decreased absenteeism;
  • Marketing opportunities;
  • Positive public relations; and
  • Minimisation of risk.

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